Hallucinogenic frogs do exist! And some were stolen from the Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area in Arizona, United States
According to a post from the park on Facebook, the occurrence took place on July 19, between 9:00 pm and 12:30 am.
Two individuals were caught by a surveillance camera removing natural resources from the site
The ‘resources’ were frogs of the ‘Bufo alvarius’ species, which usually attract human licks due to the hallucinogenic property of the toxins they expel
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In addition to removing property without permission, the offenders were also accused of trespassing into the conservation area after hours.
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The park sent the footage to authorities and requests contact from anyone who recognizes the suspects.
According to news website SFGate, ‘Bufo alvarius’ produces toxins strong enough to kill an adult dog.
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The publication also reports that psychedelic frogs became famous after 1994.
That year, Bob Shepard, a California professor, was arrested for possession of bufotenine, a hallucinogenic substance present in the animal’s venom.
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The US government classifies the substance excreted by the frog at the same level as LSD and mescaline.
Did you find the theft bizarre? There is worse in the world of crime: a thief has posted videos of his own robberies on Instagram and has gained thousands of followers. Check it out below!
A mysterious Instagram user has gained more than 20,000 followers in just one week by posting videos that show he’s robbed stores and homes. The thing is so out of control that there’s even a fan asking to be robbed!
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Shocking footage shows man robbing a customer from KFC and other stores
In another publication, he appears breaking into a house that was empty at the time.
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In one of the posts, he asks where he should steal next, and one of the people replies: ‘A bank’
The UK bandit mainly operates in the Wigmore Lane region of the British city of Luton
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The crook seems to be a Nike fan, by the clothes he wears
His motto, published in many videos is: ‘No face, no case’
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By the production of some of his videos, he has at least one accomplice who records his crimes
He even destroys TV sets and says he ‘hates capitalism’
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His account is private and only those who sign up are approved to watch his videos
In some messages, ‘fans’ even say to steal friends’ mothers or their homes
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