We hear things retrospectively when we have understood them - Marcel Proust
Ah, yes, the Patagonian Bat-Eating Frog. When hungry, it swells to an enormous size and from its mossy-looking body it extrudes a small frog-shaped nodule that packs a huge electric charge.The poor bats don't know what hit them.
Sam - do you think so? I thought it may be the Patagonian Dentist Frog which uses it's probe-like tongue to clean bat's teeth before the bat goes off for a night out.
I don't care what it is, it has put me right off my breakfast!
David - a fraction of a second later is probably worse!
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