What is a long-haired frog? You can only imagine the best and newest wet animals! They jump, jump, climb, beep and filter feed! Do not use sponge frogs for cleaning, or you will get sick Sponge frogs are native to the earth and live mainly in water. They mainly feed on filtration and insects. The fishermen said they were lucky, but the fishermen were often wrong. If you want to help this endangered amphibian, you can spray the garden all the time every day and create swamps, swamps or swamps, which is the family's favorite. Bring joy to the public, start going crazy today
(Don’t play with kids, don’t leave Spongefrog in it)
When you adopt Sponge Frog from this website, you will get a free lily room and a free biological description and ID card! The unique baby sponge frog will always be your envy. Become a cool man (tm) today and own a sponge frog (and then put them in the wild because they are in danger of extinction)
Remember not to use soap on sponge frogs, otherwise they will get sick, and then I will call the police myself
The sponge frog can take a bath! Please give me clean water, thank you! Don't leave them in the water for more than a moment, because they are prone to mold and everyone hates them, so don't! Spongefrog likes to make you smile at the lilypad booth. Take them swimming just for special entertainment time. Your sponge frogs should live many years, write them in your will, why not do it, crazy animals?
Artist StatementHello everyone! It's me, Maranda Cromwell, the mastermind (citation needed) of Spongefrog. My usual work is a lot less goofy, I promise! Check out my website for more colorful expressive animal paintings: www.Marandart.com