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A Cuban Treefrog

Osteopilus septentrionalis

Description:

Around 10:00 p.m. at night, I looked out of the left front window. ( the front door, outdoor, nightlight bulb was on. ) To my amazement, and right before my eyes, was a very large amphibian, resting on the left sidewall, and only inches away from the left front window. I grabbed my camera, and I slowly opened the front door. I then planted both feet, on the front door mat. I then rested my left arm and shoulder, on the frame of the left front window. I was now, very, very, close to this large amphibian. I took more photos, of this amphibian. I was very, very, close to it now. I leaned my body to the left, and I was now only inches away, from this large amphibian. All of a sudden, this large amphibian, jumped from this left sidewall, and into the bushes, never to be seen again, unless it comes back another night.

Habitat:

I spotted this large amphibian, resting on the left sidewall of this house, at around 10:00 p.m. at night. This large amphibian, is only inches away, from the left front window.

Notes:

To my amazement, as I looked out of the left front window, and very close to my face, I spotted a large amphibian, resting on the left sidewall, of this house, and only inches away, from the left front window, and about 8 inches from my face. This is a very large amphibian. This very large amphibian, is a little over, three inches long. The colors of its skin, is different shades of gray and black. The colors around its eyes, is: black and gold. This large amphibian, also had warts on its skin.

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maplemoth662
Spotted by
maplemoth662

Lat: -74.47, Long: -12.92

Spotted on Jun 26, 2018
Submitted on Jun 28, 2018

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