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Five legged frog saved from the pot

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A five-legged bull frog’s extra appendage has saved him from the cooking pot in China, after a chef spotted the amphibian’s weird protrusion.

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There's a frog's leg joke in that story, somewhere...

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Well the lucky fella had a leg to stand on.

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Well I bet he was hopping mad cause they were trying to cook him.

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Bet that frog is glad he didn't croak.

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Well this is a fitting find for a leap-year! :lol:

All he needs is a nice set of open-toad shoes and I bet he'll look pretty neat! :w00t: :w00t:

They should breed them really for the frog leg industry, you'd get more value per frog!! :tu:

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He had just a "tad" too many legs.

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If scientists can create a cross between a frog and a centipede it will be great for the frog's legs industry and keep the lobbyists quiet, since they are complaining out harming the wild frog population.

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Hmmm, made me think that if they find more 5-legged frogs and keep them, but eat all the normal ones. One day, 5-legged frogs would be the only kind right?

So why are we not doing this with chickens?!?! :P

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*groan*

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