Froglets galore

Each summer, usually around midsummer’s day, thousands of froglets emerge from the pools and lakes around Newborough. In a good year (for the frogs), walking becomes more like dancing as you try to make your way without stepping on a little froglet.

Froglets on the track by Llyn Parc Mawr - I missed circling one, top left.

Froglets on the track by Llyn Parc Mawr – I missed circling one, top left – they’re not easy to see.

Froglet

Froglet (I’m not even sure that is a word!)

The froglets are so small, a lot of people don’t even notice what is under their feet, you can imagine the consequences…

 

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One thought on “Froglets galore

  1. Sophie Ryall

    Went out yesterday to take me daughter to feed the swans and ducks and as we was walking down a path I saw what I thought was a fly skipping across the path don’t even know why I went back for a closer look but I’m so glad I did I am 51 years old this year and I’ve never seen a baby frog so small this made our day I got some lovely photos this is a day I will remember for the rest of my life sometimes I forget how wonderous nature is

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