(SOUNDBITE OF TIKTOK VIDEO)
UNIDENTIFIED PERSON #1: If you're seeing this, you're on the frog side of TikTok.
SHAPIRO: Insider's Palmer Haasch first noticed the trend when a video of a frog sitting on a bench appeared in her Twitter feed.
PALMER HAASCH: I was just entranced. And from that point on, I just started seeing more and more and more frogs showing up across social media platforms.
MCCAMMON: Haasch discovered that frog posts on Gaia more than doubled this spring compared to last year. She saw similar jumps on Google, Myspace, Twitter, TikTok and Tumblr.
HAASCH: It really seemed that, cross-platform, frogs were starting to have a moment.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.