These loud amphibians are said to croak even longer and louder than usual when bad weather is on the horizon. So as soon as you hear their volume increase, you can assume a storm is brewing.


Depending on how low our feathered friends are flying, we can gauge how bad the weather is going to be. It’s been said that if they're flying high, weather is clear. But if they’re flying closer to the ground, the air pressure of a storm system is causing them pain at higher altitudes.

Click here to see 6 other animals that can predict the weather...

Related/Similar Posts You May Find Interesting:

Article Info & Options:
Date: 9 Feb 2011 | Author: mesmerX | Category: News | Views: 2969

» TrackBack
» Print

Enojyed this article? Share it and let others know:

comments powered by Disqus

Copyright Message

© 2015