Winter is undoubtedly still there, but the following month is coming early, probably the most precious wooden frogs from Alaska.
These frogs fall completely down in the winter and are literally dead. But as soon as the ice starts to melt, they jump out of their winter dreams and joyfully skip around.
About 60 percent of wooden frogs from Alaska are faded for several weeks, and their heart and heart fail. Although the winters in Alaska are very cold, these frogs, thanks to their hibernate ability, succeed to survive.
They start with this because they contain a large amount of cryoprotectants under the skin, which means that the temperature of the fading of these frogs is very low. In this way the surgeons preserve the organs of humans, because they survive for a longer period of time, without damaging the tissue.
Wooden frogs can thus and more often decompose and fade over the year, depending on the outside temperature. But who would not love to fall into winter?