Kvakvapark

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Kvakvapark Frog Game Online - Play Free Fun Frogs Flash Games

You and the frogs Kulikvak and Kvakulina race in sliding a toboggan. The goal of the free online game is to ride down all the water slides as quickly as possible and without any accidents. Various tricks and collected items during help you to get better time or the final score. According to the achieved time you can get one of the medals and, depending on your overall performance, you can get also a sum of the virtual "aqua money". You get to spend the money on various upgrades and improvements that will help you increase the score. While riding, it is possible to paddle, lean forward or backward and do tricks on a float. If you crash you will be returned back to the start or the last passed checkpoint (yellow flag on the progress bar) without ending the game, but the time passes through. This fun online game has 12 levels with increasing difficulty. At the bottom of the screen there is the tracker with your present position and check points. Have Fun!

How to Play the Free Kvakvapark Frog Game Online

Use your arrow keys to move. Q key for a belly flop. E key for a handstand, and spacebar to jump.

Play Kvakvapark Flash Game Online for free Today

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Do Frogs Talk with Each other?

According to reference.com frogs communicate with other frogs by emitting croaks and other sounds. Frogs produce their calls by inflating their vocal sacs with air, and then forcing the air out through their nose or mouth. Frogs use a variety of different calls, including calls that attract females, calls that indicate their gender and calls that drive off predators. Male frogs vocalize extensively, but the females of many frog species are mute. Mating calls are unique for each species, and each call allows females to recognize conspecific males. Release calls and escape calls, which are designed to repel a variety of species, are not unique to each species. When a female hears the sounds of an attractive mate, she will approach him. Frogs may croak after rainfall because they become attracted to the wet atmosphere and use their croaks as mating calls.

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