Paying homage to the wonderful, unusual and diverse world of animals. I make no claim to content ownership. Sources are credited (with links) whenever possible — on both unique posts & re-blogs. Any post will be removed upon request (please provide URL link to the post/page). Enjoy!
A tree frog peeks from its perch in a leafy spot of Peru’s lower Amazon.
Tree frogs use aquatic habitats to reproduce by laying eggs on leaves that overhang freshwater. When the eggs hatch, tadpoles take the plunge to the waters below—where they live until they become young froglets and climb back into the boughs above.