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Tadpole to Frog

By Merbert
As I mentioned yesterday, I had some Green Tree frogs breeding in my garden pond.
I tuck pictures of those little guys right trough there development stages.
It covers about 3 and a half month of their lives. Except the last photo, which is a fully grown adult taken at another time within my yard.
In the first photo the Tadpole is about 5 mm in length without the tail.
The little guy in version 4 measures 20 mm and fully grown (V5) they are about 80 mm.

Note: No Frog is harmed in any way and after I photographed them, I released them back to the pond area where they came from..

As always, thanks for looking Norbert

Tags: Photo journalism Australia Queensland Green tree frogs Wildlife and nature

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Andysnapper 8 109 25 England
17 May 2013 6:50AM
I like these, a very interesting and well captured set.


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helenlinda Plus
9 344 22 United Kingdom
18 May 2013 7:59AM
What a super series of photos SmileSmileSmile

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