Horned frog


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(Zool.) a very large Brazilian frog (Ceratophrys cornuta), having a pair of triangular horns arising from the eyelids.

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These acquisitions add an additional 16 drilling locations in the Company's Horned Frog and South Gonzales focus areas.
An Argentinian horned frog at Liverpool's World Museum where there are a whole host of displays | An Argentinian horned frog at Liverpool's World Museum where there are a whole host of displays
HORNED frog Albi (pictured) is settling into a revamped home in the Discovery Centre.
Last week, a giant Argentinian horned frog was brought in.
The library provided a place to greet old friends, while the foyer held the white sour cream wedding cake and the TCU Horned Frog purple groom's cake.
Responsibly captive-bred reptiles and amphibians such as red-footed tortoises, lizards (bearded dragons, leopard geckos), snakes (corn snakes, king snakes, ball pythons) and frogs (White's tree frog, ornate horned frog, fire-bellied toad, red-eyed tree frog).
This week's improbable treats included a horned frog puffing itself up and wailing hideously "like a banshee" (Hong Kong Garden?
The light-sensitive skin cells of the African horned frog may have resolved a lingering mystery about the internal biological clock that all mammals possess, suggests a new study.
His recent stars were an Argentinean horned frog in The Fast Show and the love birds in EastEnders at Christmas.
TCU consistently ranks among the top universities and colleges in the nation, and the Horned Frog family consists of some 85,000 living alumni.
ORNATE horned frog Hector has become a firm favourite with visitors to Dudley Zoo's Discovery Centre.
The Horned Frog Fiesta: Foodtrucks & Football TCU Game Watching Party will be held at Edwards Ranch in the heart of Fort Worth this Saturday, Nov.