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Several teenagers in profile looking off into the green forest.
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Understand the Aurora Borealis for Kids
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Close up view of a wood frog curled up on a blanket of snow. Did You Know?
Wood frogs (Rana sylvatica) can freeze solid in the winter and even its heart stops beating. It then thaws to life in the spring, mates, and lays eggs in the ephemeral snow-melt pools.