fisticuffs wrote:Midway through the 1st quarter. Did you know the North American Horned Frog is neither frog nor toad? What are they teaching these kids at TCU? Besides mediocre football.
Tradition, apparently. Although, these days, "horny toad" is used much more often than "horned frog" to refer to Phrynosoma
, since Ceratophrys
species are commonly called "horned frogs", especially in the pet trade.
I knew my herpetocultural experience would prove (subjectively) useful someday....