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red eye tree frog eggs

3 day old embryos of red-eyed treefrog. They have external gills that protrude toward the surface of their eggs, where oxygen is most concentrated. This adaptation allows for high metabolic rates and accelerated development

Red-eyed tree frog

Red Eye Tree Frogs Sarapiquí, Costa Rica By: Bruce Leventhal Stillwater, Minnesota, USA # photography


Previous Pinner Says:: Albino Grey Tree Frog - REAL!This is an actual albino Grey Tree Frog, to contrast with the "fake" albino photo going around.I like that "bubble gum frog" pin.

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Je wist het niet, maar deze 25 ronduit bangelijke dingen leven in de zee

Marbled Tree Frog playing hide and seek. #camouflage #hiding #invisible

Marbled tree frog (Hyla marmorata), perfectly camouflaged against lichen-covered bark.

This is a parasite  Cerathotoa Italica that eats away the tongue and then leeches on everything this fish eats.http://plazilla.com/page/4295024237/parasieten-die-zich-voeden-met-vissentongen (in dutch)

Cymothoa exigua, or the tongue-eating louse.The parasite severs the blood vessels in the fish's tongue, causing the tongue to fall off. It then attaches itself to the stub of what was once its tongue and becomes the fish's new tongue.