Why do frogs croak while raining?

Why do frogs croak while raining?

Croaking is usually a mating call, and frogs like to stay wet. Usually this means they’re normally by a pond or stream, but when it rains they can move about on land more freely. So, you get more frogs wandering about on a rainy evening looking for mates, and so croaking more!

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