CJ asked the question this morning on 'Prairie Spirit':

"What do frogs do to survive the winter?"

Good question.....I can't say I've spent many sleepless nights thinking about it, though the sound of croaking frogs, has kept me awake on occassion.

Do you know the answer?

According to WikiAnswers:

Quite easily actually... Its a misconception that frogs burrow deep in the mud, since they would suffocate to death. Frogs burrow just below the mud at the bottom of lakes. Their breathing and heartbeat not only slow down to nil, but their skin can actually absorb oxygen. Not only that, but their bodies contain a form of biochemical antifreeze that prevents the frog from dying. Once weather conditions become favorable, they simply thaw out!!