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Desc:'You're going to be the last crew to film these in the wild.'
Category:Classic TV Clips, Nature & Places
Tags:david attenborough, frogs, fungus, lucky waving golden frog, froggie apocalypse
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The entire 'Life in Cold Blood' series is a must-see...ideally in high-def. I think this clip is from the 'making of' bit at the end of each episode.
Ive never been this interested about frogs since

Also that was delightful haha

insert reference ^

Crunchy frog?

We use only the finest baby frogs, dew picked and flown from Iraq, cleansed in finest quality spring water, lightly killed, and then sealed in a succulent Swiss quintuple smooth treble cream milk chocolate envelope and lovingly frosted with glucose.

"These aren't the droids you're looking for."
Colonel Cowlung
Reminds me of that last known footage of the Tasmanian tigers.
bye bye froggy :`(
3:09 - To be able to stand beside David Attenborough and show him something in nature that fills him with wonder and joy would be the most incredible experience.
They found another group in panama but they are also pretty rare.
The entire "Life in Cold Blood" documentary series is 5-star material, but this is the most poignant part.
I never thought that Attenborough would also talk like that in casual conversation.

And it's totally awesome that the frog waves with the cocked elbow just like Kermit does.
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