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It's The Muppet Show...?

A few weeks ago news broke the American TV channel ABC was considering brining The Muppets back to the small screen.

They had asked producers Bill Prady and Bob Kushell to put together a ‘pilot presentation’ which was rumoured to be along the lines of the gang working on a late-night talk show. 104 more words


Mature Muppets

It’s not like I was a huge fan of The Muppet Show or anything, but I’d watch it from time to time.  It was a corny, vaudeville-type variety show that had decent music and good guest stars who were willing to interact with puppets, and so long as you didn’t have to endure too much of Gonzo or the Swedish Chef it was perfectly good entertainment. 231 more words


Looks Like Kermit

By Ralph Martins

Calling all Muppets fans: A new species of see-through glass frog found in Costa Rica looks just like Kermit.

The lime-green amphibian, which took the Internet by storm this week, has bulging white eyes with perfect black pupils, much like Jim Henson’s musical puppet. 366 more words


Frog discovered in Costa Rica resembles Kermit

Miss Piggy will be so pleased! ;)

Meet Kermit's real life doppelganger! @TODAYshow @TheMuppets #Kermit #Muppets pic.twitter.com/sZo0E9CxPs

— Muppet Central (@MuppetCentral) April 20, 2015

A Minnesota scientist in Costa Rica has discovered a…

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Is This The Real Kermit? Meet Frog Specie That Looks Exactly Like Kermit

In an unprecedented move, Marine biologists have discovered a new specie of Frogs that has an uncanny resemblance with Kermit the Frog.

Marine Biologists in South America discovered a green glassfrog with bulging white eyes and a protruding jaw – the same exact features as that of the famous TV star, Kermit. 186 more words


Newly discovered frog species looks like Kermit

Scientists at the Costa Rican Amphibian Research Center have discovered a new species of frog, and it looks very like the beloved Muppet, Kermit the Frog. 67 more words

Christian Science Monitor

Kermit The Frog

Meet Hyalinobatrachium dianae. The resemblance is striking!


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by Meg Scanlon

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