Yup, gang's all here! And in matching white outfits, no less!
But this time, there's a lot more to this than just the photo.
So, after this picture was posted, Twitter users became enraged.
[Image via Cosmopolitan.]
That's what happens when you get on a frog's nerves!
A woman finds a frog chillin on her windshield, just enjoying the summer day…
So she decides to grab a camera and get all up in his face!
WRONG MOVE!!! LOLz!
Have we seen the newest movie monster (above) in this crazzzzy frog?!!?!?!
Looks like this story is more like The Prince
ss and the Frog!
A new species of tree frog was discovered in Ecuador in 2008, the Hyloscirtus princecharlesi.
What's so special about this new frog?
Do we have a real life Michigan J. Frog on our hands?! LOLz!
A Youtuber caught a frog chillaxin on a bench, lovin' the breezy day.
Don't get any ideas, though, frog-lickers!
These guys are still POISONOUS!
Queen University's Herpetologist Valerie Clark recently discovered that the skin of Madagascar poison frogs actually contain the sugar sucrose, which marks them as the first known case of the chemical being produced by an animal, and not a plant!
It seems like it may be caused by their diet, as the frogs eat ants, who in turn, acquire the sugar from the sap of the plants in which they live!
A penguin, named Paula from the Newport Aquarium near Cincinnati, Ohio visited the Kentucky Senate.
The penguin was there as a guest when a resolution was proposed to honor the work the aquarium did for marine animals.
Then the penguin did the unthinkable… it pooped right on the floor in the middle of the Senate!!
Check out the above video to see how the Senators react to the poo!
Scientists discovered the world's smallest vertebrate… and it is the CUTEST little frog.
So tiny it could comfortably sit on the head of a pencil eraser… or on top of a dime.
The frog, when fully grown, is less than three-tenths of an inch long.
It was discovered when two researchers were on a trip in Papua New Guinea.
The frog lives mainly on the floor of the rain forest, among the moist leaves.
The little frog is important to science, one researcher said, because it helps scientists to:
"[…] better understand the advantages and disadvantages of extreme small size and how such extremes evolve. Fundamentally, these tiny vertebrates provide a window on the principles that constrain animal design."
All we know is it's crazy cute and we'd want one as a tiny pet if it wasn't for the fact that we'd be afraid of losing it or it crawling in our ear or something.
[Image via AP Images.]
We've already seen a bearded lizard playing the newest reptile craze, the game ant crusher.
But now we've got a huge African Bullfrog playing it.
Except he's not too happy with his owner when he finds that he's not actually catching any ants.
Check it out in the above HIGHlarious video.