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Japanese Brown Frog

Japanese Brown Frog


A Japanese Brown Frog found in the Nagasaki Prefectural Forest.


These frogs are spread all over the Nagasaki Forest from places arranging from sitting on rocks to buried underneath brown leaf litter to disguise themselves.


This frog was found on a semi-damp rock in the Nagasaki Prefectural Forest Park. Around the area there was a decent amount of sunlight shaded by Japanese Ceder and near a cascade of small shallow bodies of water. There were also more of these organisms around.

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長崎市 (Nagasaki), Japan

Spotted on Oct 25, 2012
Submitted on Oct 25, 2012

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