We consider an interacting particle system on trees known as the frog model: initially, a single active particle begins at the root and i.i.d. $\mathrm{Poiss}(\lambda)$ many inactive particles are placed at each non-root vertex. Active particles perform discrete time simple random walk and activate the inactive particles they encounter. We show that for Galton-Watson trees with offspring distributions $Z$ satisfying $\mathbf{P}(Z \geq 2) = 1$ and $\mathbf{E}[Z^{4 + \epsilon}] 0$, there is a… Expand