Frogs' skeletons give them the ability to jump and move in a wide range of angles and distances, according to a study published in the Journal of Experimental Biology. Scientists examined the red-legged running frog with high-speed cameras, then used computer simulations to see how the skeleton contributed to the frogs' range of motion.
Frogs' unique skeletons give them wide range of jumping abilities
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