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  • n. a place where frogs are bred

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A collection of live frogs; a place where frogs are kept alive, to study their transformations, for vivisection in physiological experiments, etc.


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  • The tiny ones are hard to spot so the ranarium puts little markers near leaves where one is resting to help you find them.

    Man and Woman vs WILD

  • The frogs in the ranarium are only fed one half of the diet so they don’t develop the venom – interesting, no true?

    Man and Woman vs WILD


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