Frogs are lightning fast at catching their prey, and it's all thanks to their secret weapon: spit. Normally a frog's spit is thick like honey, but as the frog attacks, the spit liquefies. That liquid substance wraps around the prey then solidifies again, trapping the frog's dinner.
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