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17 de Febrero 2006

Giant Frog Attacks Chicago

Giant Frog in Chicago in Google EarthThis is an unretouched aerial photo of a giant frog about to leap into a major intersection in Chicago. Ok, maybe it's not going to jump, but it really is there. You can see the frog in Google Earth here , or in Google Local here. Using the measuring tool in Google Earth, the frog is over 25 feet long. You can also see the cars nearby for size comparison. I found out about this amazing frog at GoogleSightseeing.com.

According to one of the readers at GoogleSightseeing, the frog is actually a statue for the entrance to the Rainforest Cafe. He provided a street-level photo of the entrance showing the frog over the front door. Like this story? Digg it!

Enviado por FrankTaylor at 17 de Febrero 2006 a las 03:10 PM

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    That's two blocks away from where I live. It's part of the Rainforest Cafe building.

    Enviado por: Chris at 17 de Febrero 2006 a las 04:02 PM

    Wow, and Chicago is folding inward toward the center of N. Clark Street here, too. Actually, zoom out to about 2000 feet and Chicago takes on a particularly Escheresque feel with buildings sticking out in all sorts of directions...

    Enviado por: Andy at 18 de Febrero 2006 a las 12:09 PM

    See my story on "Funky Buildings" for an explanation about this:


    Enviado por: Frank Taylor at 18 de Febrero 2006 a las 03:38 PM

    I was about to say - Ive been there! Stayed for a night in some Best Western nearby...

    Enviado por: Citizen Grim at 20 de Febrero 2006 a las 06:52 PM

    woa duude thts unbelievable a giant frog u dont see tht every day lol

    Enviado por: avril lavigne at 9 de Marzo 2006 a las 04:31 PM

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