Jade tree frogs Mating

Jade tree frogs Mating

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Caption: Jade tree frog (Rhacophorus dulitensis), Lower Kinabatangan, Sabah, Malaysia. These frogs normally live high in the canopy and only descend to ground level to breed after heavy rains create temporary ponds. IUCN: Near Threatened.

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