Is a flying frog really able to fly?

No, but 12 meters she can lay in the air between the trees. As a jump, the frog pulls out his paws and slips his fingers, between which the membranes are tensioned and something like a parachute is formed. The flying frog lives in tropical forests of Southeast Asia and spends most of its life on trees. Since she so "flies" from tree to tree, then go down to earth to her nothing.

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