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    • I already knew about this. I watch Tier Zoo
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    • That frog looks so damn determined and then the spider’s in the back like “yesss my child, strike fear in their hearts”
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    • I read more about this, the frog also has a special toxin will release, so if the tarantula gets frustrated and attempts to eat the frog, it is quickly reminded of their mutual agreement
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    • I’m so glad my cat protects my eggs
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    • Imagine being the frog and getting kidnapped by a spider 50 times bigger than you so you can be it’s housemaid 😧
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    • Hipity hopity im the spiders property
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    • Imagine this giant furry monster look down at you with alot of eyes, pick you up and drop you into its nest and say "you live here now"
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    • No more brotherwars!
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    • That's just slavery with extra steps
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    • How? Does the frog just wander in or is it like kidnapped lol
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    • I know it sounds dumb, but a Brutus and pixie styled comic but instead it’s a spider and pet frog sounds really entertaining to me
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    • Tiny frogs are the spiders of the spider world.
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    • Ok but imagine being that smol and having a spider that big be your friend. Terrifying sense of security
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    • When someone tries fucking with the frog the spider scuttles up
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    • Wait, so spiders keep frogs to keep bugs out? Does that mean spiders have their own version of spiders?
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    • Ah yes, because I keep a cat to stop mice from eating my pregnant wife
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    • The spider: "I could eat you but you're usefull" Frog: "Uhh... o...k?"
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    • Imagine the balls on the first frog that started doing that
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    • I will not sleep until Spider-Man gets a side kick called tiny frog now
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    • What if the frog ate a bug that the spider wanted? Is there punishment for n a u g h t y f r o g s ?
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    • What does the spider do when the eggs hatch and the frog wants to eat them?
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    • Chaotic good
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    • Let’s be real. “Tiny frogs are spider dogs” sounds way better. Not because I think dogs are better than cats, just because it rhymes
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    • Look at how proud she is of her pet
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    • Fun Fact: This is a Colombian lesserblack tarantula. It's body length is around 6-7cm and that tiny frog is a Microhylid Frog.
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    • I love how terrifying the spider looks and the frog is just like 🙂
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    • The real question is, is it legal? Absolutely fucking not. You think these frogs have concubines and unlimited garlic cheddar biscuits from red lobster? NO. This is slavery. These bitches are straight not having a good time and the ones that are just have Stockholm syndrome.
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    • I'd love to see footage of them catching one and bringing it back. Then making it stay
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    • That's a symbiotic relationship 😎
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    • How do they keep them
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    • So, Animals can have pets too?
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    • Bruh, natures most terrifying creatire is low-key wholesome
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    • That's not a spider. That's a fucking Truantula.
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    • That frog is a slave and you know it
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    • This should be a Pixar movie
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    • Tom holland and the frog in his mouth
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    • When the frog gets too big the spider eats it
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    • Are you insinuating mice eat our babies?
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    • The mice have stolen my child. The cat will not do shit about it.
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    • I’ve never seen a mouse crawl up a vagina and start munching on a fetus
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    • Everybody gangsta till the frogs eat the eggs
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    • Imagine that one crazy spider with like 20 frogs and no love life
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    • Can someone post the comic of the toad pushing over a glass in the spiders house
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    • why can't they be frog dogs you bigot
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    • don't they even pet the frogs too
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    • Vietnam flashback from original post ensues
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    • dOnT mEsS wItH mE oR mY sOn AgAiN
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    • When you’re a smol frog with a super spider symbiote whos 100x bigger than you: just pretend she’s not here...
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    • Are you telling me spiders keep pet frogs
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    • How does the spider force the frog to stay tho
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    • content not available more
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    • These surprising animal relationships are always wholesome
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    • It would be hella cool to be a spiders pet. I can see the frog instigating violence and the spider comes ambling out from a dark corner to have his back
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    • Am I the only one that loves symbiotic relationships where both animals benefit? Like small birds and crocs or the fish that clean a shark’s body?
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    • Mutualisum
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    • It's interesting that we basically form similar symbiotic relationships with animals that you see in nature, but we see them as pets instead
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    • Furry booty boi keeps jumpy green boi
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    • Wait, people started domesticating cats so rodents wouldn't eat our Babies?
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    • That frog probably talks the most shit. It’s the animal equivalent of the Rock hanging out with Kevin Hart.
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    • That frog is like.. “Yo this my noon”
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    • Actually this is false. The spider uses its web to keep ants and small insects out. If you see a frog around the nest just know its alive because the spider hasn't eaten it yet or it is a species of spider that just is chill and has been known to not actively hunt
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    • “Thank you for your service kermit, it’s really hard spinning a web and parenting at the same time” “Oh no problem, I just expect their to be a reward at the end and... why is your mouth open?”
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    • I just got fucking jumpscared
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    • Me and my big titty goth gf.
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    • Symbotic relationships in nature are badass
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    • Oh god a spider
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    • That is adorable and hilarious
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    • Until it gets to hungry from failed hunts and eats the frog lol
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    • Tiny frogs are spider's spiders not cats you stoopid. Cats dont eat bugs
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    • A little fuckin warning for those with arachnophobia 😂
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    • You mean dog... cats dont help around the house
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    • 1 like and I’ll post pictures of my baby toad
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    • 10 likes and I’ll post pictures of my brand new baby toad
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    • It’s true. I was teeny tiny frog
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    • i wanna know the process in which the spider first aquires the frog, do the spider parlyze it or do it release some scent the frog likes?
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    • That frog is freaked the fuck out
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    • If the frog tries to leave?
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    • Tfw to big tiddy spider mommy GF
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    • That frog is like “ I am the last line of defence, I will serve thine queen and protect the young “
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    • I prefer toads
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    • “Don’t talk to me or my frog ever again.”
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    • Uh oh
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    • Ngl that’s kinda cute.
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    • I had a heart attack scrolling past this
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    • Don’t talk to me or my son ever again
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    • Don’t let porn get TC
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    • Froggy gang
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    • This is makes me like spiders .2% more
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    • Side kick
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