The frog is our most recognizable amphibian and a totem of metamorphosis.
The frog does not drink up the pond in which he lives. - Indian Proverb
For many North American tribes, the frog was the great rainmaker of spring, summer and fall.
The frog "Wukus" is known in the Salish tradition as the 'Announcer' of Winter's end and Spring's beginning.
Frogs are tuned keenly to sound.
Frog's ancient song calls down the cleansing power of the rain.
Frog is a reminder of the sacred power of tears to transform and cleanse.
Frogs have excellent vision in all directions.
Frog is able to work equally well in the realms of Earth / Air and Water.
Frog species that hibernate near the surface of the ground ... are thought to have the unique defense of being able to produce their own anti-freeze-like compounds ...
Information from websites All About Frogs & Animal Totem Energies, greeting card by Joe Wilson and
books Animal- Speak by Ted Andrews and Frogs: A Wildlife Handbook by Kim Long.
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