White frogs fell on Mosley, a suburb of Birmingham, England, during a severe thunderstorm on the morning of June 30, 1892. The reason for this "rainstorm" is still unexplained, although 1892 was not the only time in history that frogs or fish fell from the skies.
A rain of frogs fell over the Southern part of Memphis, Tennessee, in 1877. They were presumed to have been swept up into the air by a hurricane.
Tiny frogs fell by the hundreds on Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England, on the afternoon of June 16, 1939, during a shower of rain.
A downpour of frogs "of all descriptions" fell on Leicester, Massachusetts, on September 7, 1953. Paxton Avenue was alive with them, and children gathered them up by the bucketful with their bare hands.
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