Tree Frog, Pacific Islands

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A tree frog shows off its broad and effective grip while clinging to a tree trunk in the Pacific Islands. Frogs—particularly tropical species—are vanishing at alarming rates, in part due to disease epidemics attributed to climate change. Amphibian skin is incredibly thin, making frogs acutely susceptible to changes in temperature, humidity, or water quality.

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    3 Responses to Tree Frog, Pacific Islands

    1. Indeed it does seem to be quite depressed.It’s beautiful though.


    2. Nah, look at the up turn of it’s jaw line, that’s a smile, dis frog be just chillin all calm and peaceable like, pondering the pond and maybe relfectin on what the deal is with the tadpoles these days, shit.


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