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Why Frogs Croak African Folklore

It is a common belief male frogs croaks are love serenades meant to attract a lover. However, the true reason frogs croak is explained in the ancient African Short Story Folklore Why Frogs Croak.


Why Frogs Croak African Short Story Folklore

Why Frogs Croak African Short Story Folklore



The animals arrange a wrestling match between frog and elephant. 


It is agreed that at the beginning of the match, at the signal each contestant will rush forward into the wrestling match and begin the contest. 


However, the elephant comes so fast, that he stumbles and falls over on his back, frog jumps through elephant's legs, pins him and wins the match. 


All Frog's relatives began to croak, and to this day, they crock to each other celebrating the victory over the elephant.


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