Frogs are broadly distributed on our planet, ranging from the tropics to subarctic regions, but the greatest concentration of species diversity is found in tropical rainforests. Find below some outstanding close-up shots of these beautiful creatures.
Frogs are a heterogeneous and carnivorous group of amphibians. They are normally short-bodied, tailless, and with protruding eyes. Their skin varies in color as well; you can find grey ones, bright red, yellow, green and even black. Those having exotic colors usually try to advertise their toxicity to keep predators away.
Moreover, it’s also possible to observe so-called glass frogs, which are usually greenish, grayish animals, that are in fact kind of transparent as the name suggests. A typical example is the little one in the intro image of this column (you’ll find more glass frog examples as you scroll down).
Some of the beautiful images presented below are by Juza, from JuzaPhoto (photography portal), as well as by Andreas Kay, from Flickr (picture gallery social network). Juza is an Italian photographer, who happens to be the founder of the photography portal as well. The site is both in English and Italian language.
JuzaPhoto is an immense photography website. The site contains, in fact, images by thousands upon thousands of photographers. This is not only filled with great images as well as photos, but also with quite interesting articles, forum discussions and more enticing stuff.