As we all remain confined indoors due to the coronavirus, it's the small things that are getting us through -- like children's chalk drawings on the sidewalk, cutout hearts on the windows, warm breezes blowing through open windows and the sound of...frogs croaking.

Like we said, the small things.

With antagonizingly warm temperatures here, Minnesotans have noticed one of the sure signs of spring -- frogs. Lots of frogs. Lots of loud frogs. Photos and videos shared to the Minnesota thread of reddit show frogs at the Franconia Sculpture Gardens...

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...in south east Minnesota...

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...and in south central Minnesota...

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For a fun at-home Herpetology project (that's the study of frogs, not...well...something else), check out this list from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency of frogs that live in Minnesota and listen to their calls!

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