Hyla japonica
Japanese tree frog

Photograph by Baikada (ばいかだ)


Amphibians and the reptiles like the place where a body fits. A tree grew in the footpath between rice fields. In the top of the leaf, there was a lot of Japanese tree frog. I think, when a person walked the footpath between rice fields, the branch of the one of the trees was broken, and a leaf died entirely.

When I watched the branch, he was wrapped up. It seems to be “Cradle”. Of the leaf withered up, and condition would be just fit for him. Other Japanese tree frogs bathed in the sun and chased an insect, but he was wrapped up with one who stood all the time.
I understand feelings not to want to be given from bed well.

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