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The mouse and rat were eaten by cats while the frog was devoured by a duck.

They go around, partying and drinking beer. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article about a character in children’s literature is a stub.

Finally, due to this misconduct, they end tragically, devoured by predators. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. September Learn how and when to remove this template message. This article needs additional citations for verification.


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You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Rin Rin Renacuajo pasrador, also known as the tripping tadpole El renacuajo paseador is a stock character created by Colombian poet Rafael Pombo. It is still reprinted in compilations of children stories and nursery rhymes.

The Mexican musician Silvestre Revueltas composed his ballet El renacuajo paseador in By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Views Read Edit View history. Rin Rin the tadpole Spanish: This page was last edited on 29 Marchat Colombian literature Characters in children’s literature Fictional frogs and toads Nursery rhymes Children’s literature character stubs.

His mother naturally, a frog asks him not to leave the house, renscuajo he doesn’t listen to her. In recent years, the theme parks Mundo Aventura and Colombian National Coffee Park have used animatronic versions of the tadpole. Retrieved from ” https: Rin Rin is one of the most recognized characters of the Colombian culture[1] [ not in citation given ] and is commonly used in elementary school textbooks, nursery rhymes and children literature compilations.


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He is depicted in an aristocratic dandy fashion “With short pants, a stylish necktiehat with ribbons and a wedding frock coat “. Representations of the character are used in parades and carnivals.

Rin Rin the sl represents the stereotype of the self-assured youth, never listening to his elders. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

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