I am very excited to announce Endangered Living’s first video in our new video blog series “Videos About Your Wild World.” I have been wanting to branch into video blogging for a while now, but I wasn’t quite sure which route to take. This is a short educational video that focuses on bumble dart frogs, a species of South American poison dart frog.
Hopeful within the coming weeks I will get the chance to add some sound and a better title/introduction. But for now, I am proud of my self seeing as I had to learn a whole new version of Final Cut to make this video. I promise if you stick around the videos will only get better in quality from here on out.
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Very cool! I must admit, when I first read the title I thought it said ‘Bumblebee Fart Dog’ which sounded a bit abstract! I had no idea frogs lived so long!!
Haha yes the elusive fart dog!! Maybe he will be the subject of my next video! 🙂 and yes! I didn’t want to over estimate, but I believe the frog I mentioned was 28
That is insane! I have newfound respect for frogs!