Frog Rush Game

Frog Rush Game

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You are an elite scientist working at a secret lab. It wasn't your fault that the spill happened and contaminated the local lake with toxic chemicals, and made all the frogs into killer amphibians! OK maybe it was but we all have our off days. But now you need to solve the problem and DESTROY ALL FROGS. You can do this by drip feeding the frogs some precious "Chemical K". The frogs love this and grow larger with each drop until fully primed and "SPLURGE!" they explode shooting lethal frog blood all over the place. Any frog hit, if primed, will explode too so you need to ensure the perfect chain reaction using the tiny amount of Chemical K you have available. Have fun!

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How to Play Frog Rush Game

Use your mouse or touch the screen.

Fun Facts about Green Frogs

Common frogs are usually green or brown, but they can vary in color quite a lot and sometimes they can be red, orange, black or cream-colored. According to Frog-Life-Cycle.com there are many fun facts to learn about green frogs. Green frogs are usually mid-sized. The adult male frog is larger than adult female frogs. The tympanum of male frog is double its eye diameter while in female frog, the tympanum is same as its eye diameter. They also have soft skin and dorsolateral ridges. They have long webbed feet and hind legs. Adult frogs of this species, mostly stay in the water while the younger green frogs stay on the land as well when the soil and grass are moist. Green frogs are generally diurnal. However, their sound can be heard in hotter days and nights.

Fun Facts about Orange Frogs

Why Are Frogs So Many Different Colors? There are 3000 different types of species in the frog and toad family and all of them are just a little different and special in their own way. They all have very distinct markings and are definitely those colors for a reason. Some types of frogs are yellow, brown, orange, red, black, or a combination of these colors. A bright color could tell other animals if the frog is poisonous or not. Many frogs can change their colors according to their surroundings (camouflage). According to WikiPedia the Golden Poison frog also known as the golden frog, golden poison arrow frog, or golden dart frog, is a poison dart frog endemic to the Pacific coast of Colombia. This frog could be mint green, yellow or orange. While not as common as the other two morphs, orange examples of this frog exist in Colombia. They tend to be a metallic orange or yellow-orange in color, with varying intensity.

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