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Comedy Wildlife Photography Award: Die witzigsten Tierfotos der Welt: Frösche

Comedy Wildlife Photography Award: Die witzigsten Tierfotos der Welt: Frösche

Jeff Derx - Jeff Derx/ Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

Time for some shut-eye: This cheetah in Kenya was captured having a lie down and a yawn by Jeff Derx

Imbabura Tree Frog - Hypsiboas picturatus (Hylidae)The species occurs in southwestern Colombia and northwestern Ecuador, in the Pacific lowlands.Photo credit: ©Angela León | Locality: Milpe, Ecuador (2013)

Imbabura Tree Frog - Hypsiboas picturatus (Hylidae)The species occurs in southwestern Colombia and northwestern Ecuador, in the Pacific lowlands.

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Furry and feathered and always funny, this selection of the entries into the inaugural Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards will put a smile on your face.

Comedy-owl | Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2015: even more of the best entries so far - Travel

Furry and feathered and always funny, this selection of the entries into the inaugural Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards will put a smile on your face.

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I need to be strict with the kids, this is my strict face. (via / Green by cantay gok)

Veiled chameleon holding a baby frog.

It makes me a little sad to eat this baby frog . should I let him go - Veiled chameleon holding a baby frog.

Megan Lorenz - Megan Lorenz / Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

Highly Commended - Megan Lorenz © Copyright 2015 The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards (flying taking flight birds of prey)

Mp Print featuring the photograph Chachi Tree Frog Hypsiboas Picturatus by Pete Oxford

Norhayati’s Gliding Frog Rhacophorus norhayatii (Rhacophoridae), commonly referred as Norhayati’s Gliding Frog, is a medium to large arboreal treefrog (gliding frog) with dermal appendages and fully webbed hands and feet. Adult males can reach up to 64.7 mm, while females up to 83 mm.༻神*ŦƶȠ*神༺

libutron: “ Norhayati’s Gliding Frog Rhacophorus norhayatii (Rhacophoridae), commonly referred as Norhayati’s Gliding Frog, is a medium to large arboreal treefrog (gliding frog) with dermal appendages.

Me? I'm just hangin' out. ~ETS

'Chachi Tree Frog' (Hypsiboas picturatus) - photo by Pete Oxford; The Imbabura tree frog is found in Colombia and Ecuador.

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