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Toad Feeding Session: Do these toads want to share their lunch?

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No words are said in this five-and-a-half-minute video, and yet there is a lot of communication… between two toads.

Titled “toad feeding session is surprisingly funny,” this quiet video appears to reveal that these two large toads do not want to share their mealworm lunch.

What are they thinking? What emotions do they seem to convey with each long look?

mealworm competition
studying the food
tongue
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Plus, more mealworms: The Unseen Incredibleness of Mealworms and More Evidence Birds Can Count: Where’d that other mealworm go?

Bonus: Gotta Eat! and Classifying Organisms with Crash Course Kids.

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