Author 'Gilbair' (Id 235029 ) : This 'marsh Frog' (pelophylax ridibundus) has something to laugh... I put my camera less than 10 cm, and it has not moved... Necessarily it is quiet in this garden and it is not feared that the visit of a blue heron in the off-hours. I don't know if she 'laughs' fort at the time of his amours, but it is the largest of the frogs 'local' and it has become pervasive since its introduction, eliminating the other species. What do the 'faraude' because there is no risk here of him looking at the legs too close to put them in the pan, it should yet be done to... Preserve the biodiversity ! A shame...
Botanical garden of Geneva
EXIF : image IMG_7972. JPG ; Date : 02. 07. 2017;
Model=Canon IXUS 145; Exposure Time=1/200 sec FNumber=F3. 2; ISO=100; Focal Length=5. 00 mm
Copyright : G. B.