If you look closely, I'm told, and long, you'll see more than a frog by the river.
Once or twice in a while, something white will flash right above the frog's head — sometimes slightly to its right, sometimes to the left. Whenever that happens, the frog, likely of the genus staurois, has said something.
For these animals who live next to loud and booming waters communicate not only with sounds but also by raising a leg and spreading, for a very short time, the toes to display a brightly colored kind of webbing.
Now, chances are your emails are of a different species altogether; look closely, though, and you may be able to spread their toes to see a wordy kind of webbing:
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