These Wooden Musical Frog Rasps are just the tool to take out to the woods and make music with the frogs! You remove the wooden stick from the frog’s mouth and, while holding the frog by the back feet, rub the thick side of the stick on the frog’s back from the tail to the head. It croaks like a real frog for you! It is also a percussion instrument. By tapping the stick anywhere on the frog’s body to produce a wood block sound, it’s a drum! The top of the head resonates well. Hand carved by the Northern Hill Tribe people in Chiangmai, Thailand and ethically traded there, the beautiful, non-endangered MonkeyPod (Albizia Saman) wood grain they carve these from varies from dark to light and most commonly, could be a mixture of both. We will choose a beautiful looking and sounding one for you!