Snap, crackle and hop

Frogs take flight when they hear fires crackle

source: New Scientist May 11 2002 p27

Researchers from Wurzburg University, Germany, have discovered that frogs react to the sound of fire. They set up speakers in a national park on the Ivory Coast, and played different sounds to frogs, including savannah fire sounds and white noise. Juvenile reed frogs looked up and around on hearing the sound of fire, and rapidly made their way towards vegetation that was fire-resistant.