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Uploaded: 27th Apr 2013 at 2:04 PM
Updated: 26th Jan 2015 at 10:04 AM
I was reading about frogs on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia and after reading "Frog populations around the world have declined significantly since the 1950s. More than one third of species are considered to be threatened with extinction and over one hundred and twenty are believed to have become extinct since the 1980s", thought I'd better do my bit in preserving frogs for future generations of Sims.

Okay! Not really, I just did it because I thought the original frog was cute, but not very useful as it was. Now it looks just like the ornamental ones my mum has. Unlike Chan Chu (Money Frog) this frog has 4 legs and no coins in sight. It will never bring your Sims wealth but might earn them brownie points with the garden club, if placed in the garden and you have Seasons.

Originally: 'The Frog of Good Tidings' from BV and cloned from the Base Game '12th Century Song Dynasty Vase'.

Found: Buy Mode > Decorative > Sculpture
Price: Small §70 - Medium §71 - Large §72.

The medium & large frogs are slaved to the small one, so you will have to have the small one in your game for the colours to show on the larger ones.

Rocks in my screenshot by macarossi, rock recolour, terrain paint, extracted crab and shell by me.

All Files has been compressed and checked in game, there is also a colour chart included in the

Polygon Counts:
All Sizes 878

Additional Credits: SimPE - CEP - GIMP - The Compressorizer - EA Games and MTS.
Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, for the information I quoted about frogs.