Frogmarch, part 2

Yesterday I posted about the Chinese frogswarm in Sichuan Province, and a similar frogswarm in Bakersfield, CA.

Well, the frogs are marching again in Sichuan

For the second time this month, residents observed a huge migration of frogs and toads, the state-run Xinhua news agency said.

Residents of Zunyi, a southern city that saw little damage in China’s huge earthquake last week, noticed the amphibians’ march yesterday, Xinhua said, quoting Vice Mayor Zeng Yongtao.

Thousands of residents camped out in fear overnight in downtown Zunyi, the news agency said.

“We don’t know what else we can do,” Zunyi resident Liu Yong was quoted as saying.

A coincidence, a sign of the times, I dunno.

We live in interesting times.

2 Responses

  1. I’ve heard tell of it raining frogs before.

  2. Sheeit. We have those here too, every time we have enough rain after a dry spell OR there is some standing water and everything else is dry. All the toads and frogs go into orgy egg-laying and fertilizing mode.

    We couldn’t see the floors for little hoppy toads all OVER an elementary school one year. No earthquakes, either. We had a heck of a time trying to keep the boys from stomping them to make the girls scream.

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