Wandering spider eating a frog
Wandering spider eating a frog. Wandering spider (Phoneutria fera) eating a tree frog (Dendropsophus bifurcus) in understory vegetation above a rainforest pond. This spider is a venomous nocturnal predator. Photographed in Ecuador.
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Tree Frog, Frog, Indonesia, Riau Islands, Batam City, Horizontal, Outdoors, No People
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Forest green treefrogs (Rhacophorus arboreus)
Forest green treefrogs (Rhacophorus arboreus), gathered to mate, laying their eggs in spongy foam hanging from the branch of a tree above water. When the tadpoles will emerge they will wiggle out of the foam and drop into the wate below. Japan
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