5. Kermit the Frog

“It’s not easy bein’ green.” There’s been a lot of frogs in pop culture (the Budweiser frogs, Keroppi, Frogger, Dig’em from Sugar Smacks) but the only one strong enough to jump on this list is <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB000002473" title="Jim Henson" href="/topic/entertainment/television/jim-henson-PECLB000002473.topic">Jim Henson</a>’s gentle soul from the swamp. On “Sesame Street,” the silver screen and “<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ENTTV000000115693" title="The Muppet Show (tv program)" href="/topic/entertainment/television/the-muppet-show-%28tv-program%29-ENTTV000000115693.topic">The Muppet Show</a>,” Kermit was the most warm-blooded amphibian ever. <br><b>Did you know?</b> Young Henson made the prototype for Kermit in 1955 from a coat his mom threw away.
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“It’s not easy bein’ green.” There’s been a lot of frogs in pop culture (the Budweiser frogs, Keroppi, Frogger, Dig’em from Sugar Smacks) but the only one strong enough to jump on this list is Jim Henson’s gentle soul from the swamp. On “Sesame Street,” the silver screen and “The Muppet Show,” Kermit was the most warm-blooded amphibian ever.
Did you know? Young Henson made the prototype for Kermit in 1955 from a coat his mom threw away.

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