Do you know what happens when you put salt on frog legs.
If you don't, you need to see this.
Something very weird happens.
Something you never would expect.
Wait until you see what happens when you get ready to fry them...but that's a whole other subject
*FOR THE CURIOUS WHO NEED TO KNOW WHY*
A frog muscles do not succumb to rigor mortis as quickly as most warm-blooded animals which makes it possible for the muscles to move post-mortem if energy is applied to them some how. This can be done either by cooking (heat/energy) or by salting (ions). Salt,also known as NaCl, can work like electricity because it is made up of ions (Sodium and Chlorine to be exact) and ions carry an electrical charge. This is not limited to frogs.
Oh, A word of advice don't try it on fish, unless you feel like running out the kitchen..