Monday, 15 September 2014

Albino wood frog

This tiny creature is an albino wood frog that was found in Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge in north western Minnesota.

The refuge spans about 67 square miles (174 square kilometers), and includes more than 20 lakes. There are also three rivers and hundreds of marshes and ponds within the region. In addition to frogs, the Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge is home to bald eagles, grouse, deer, beavers, river otters, black bears and gray wolves. 




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