Water-holding frog (Cyclorama platycephalus)

Water-holding frog (Cyclorama platycephalus)

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Caption: Water-holding frog. View of a water-holding frog (Cyclorama platycephalus) standing in a threatening position. The frog is standing high on its legs to give the impression of being larger to any adversaries. These frogs inhabit the dry floodplains of Australia. They store water during the wet season, and bury themselves in the soil for the hot, dry season, living off their stored water. Photographed in New South Wales, Australia.

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Keywords: aggression, amphibian, animal, cyclorama platycephalus, frog, frogs, nature, threat, threatening stance, type, water-holding, water-holding frog, wildlife, zoology

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