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Can frogs thaw out and live after freezing?

Asked by maryjane2012 (13points) February 1st, 2012

if a frog is frozen after they thaw out can they come back to life

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zenvelo's avatar

Yes, they have anti-freeze-like blood.

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SpatzieLover's avatar

Frozen solid? No.

madness_expert's avatar

The wood frog can be frozen solid alive. They become rock hard during winter. They thaw out and goes back to life after winter

SpatzieLover's avatar

@madness_expert I suggest you do some more reading on this subject

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

Some amphibians can do it. Frogs definately. Hey and welcome to fluther.

allfactshere's avatar

Some yes but some are not.

tendoboy1984's avatar

If humans can freeze themselves in cryogenic labs and still live, then you’d think frogs can too?

zenvelo's avatar

@tendoboy1984 It hasn’t been proven that humans can freeze themselves and still live.

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