Pop Quiz 5 Answer: It’s a Bullfrog!

Top View of a Bullfrog's Head

It’s a close up of just the eye and ear of this bullfrog. Did you notice the multiple colors at the lower edge of his right eye? They are really beautiful in the close up. It’s a combination of the lights in the parking lot and refraction of light from my flash, I think. I’m not sure what debris is stuck to his skin behind the right eye. It looks like a scrap of paper, but it’s probably a tiny piece of dried grass. The lawn nearby was recently mowed. Click the picture to see a larger version of this image.

I’ll explain how I met this chap in a future post.

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