The migratory Arctic Smeet Frog is the only amphibian possessing a furry coat and capable of flight. Numbering in the hundreds of thousands, they are thought to have been a mainstay of the Winter diet of Native Americans who camped by the waters of the Huron. They are now a protected species, and the hunting of Smeets is strictly forbidden.
The smeet frog spends much of its day under water coming out only on moonlit nights
by David Dickason January 31, 2004