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Glass Frog | Songs for Unusual Creatures | PBS Digital Studios

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Published on Dec 19, 2013

Q: What do the GLASS FROG and the GLASS ARMONICA have in common?
A: They're both in this video!

The glass frog is called so because it has see-through skin on its stomach! How crazy is that? You can see just about all of its inner organs, including its beating heart. The glass armonica on the other hand is one of the rarest and most exotic musical instruments, and it was invented by Benjamin Franklin! Check out my friend Cecilia Brauer play one. I think it'll work nicely with my visit to the "Frog Pod" at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

If you have any questions, leave them in the comments. And subscribe to the channel for new animals and songs every other week. (It's free!)


Host: Michael Hearst
Producer: Joe Beshenkovsky & Michael Hearst

In Association with PBS Digital Studios

For more about Songs for Unusual Creatures, including a book and CD:
http://www.unusualcreatures.com

For more from PBS Digital Studios:
http://www.youtube.com/pbsdigitalstudios

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