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Frogs Shut Down Major Greek Highway

May 27, 2010 (Morning Edition) — A horde of frogs forced authorities in Greece to shut down a key northern highway for two hours. The traffic police chief says "millions" of amphibians carpeted the road, causing three cars to skid off it. He guesses the frogs were headed to a nearby lake, looking for food.

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