Wood frogs freeze themselves during the winter. They live in Canada. When the temperatures drop and frost arrives, the wood frog freezes. Ice rushes through the wood frog’s water permeable skin. Much like mike said, the frog seeds it own freezing process, actively taking care of the way its body freezes. Instead of forming crystals too large, that would split the frog, the ice forms much smaller crystals so that it can thaw when the weather permits.
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