This is a frog story with a surprise ending

06/11/2014 | National Public Radio

In the 1930s, two Harvard University professors got into a row about whether frogs migrated by hopping and swimming or whether they might have been blown across oceans by gusts of wind. To settle the question, they took a bucket of live frogs to the roof of a tall building and tossed them over the edge. Though stunned, the frogs soon recovered, proving that they could conceivably also survive a transoceanic flight on a gust of wind.

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