There is a stream and several ponds in the Botanical Garden. So I went there three times for aqutaic insects. Of course, I can always find different frogs and their offsprings during the exploring.
In March, a lot of eggs could be found in the stream.
I took some to my dormitory and they grow very fast. You can find tadlopes swimming after one week.
Eggs of a toad, quite different from frog’s.
One month later, masses of tadpoles appear in ponds. Every child in the garden was holding nets and cans to catch some.
I also took some to feed my dragonflies.
Toad’s tadlopes are black and abundant while frog’s are gray and only can be found in running streams.
It’s time to…
a frog found in stream
I’m not sure if it is the same species with the above one
A young toad
They hide under the stones in the stream, so you have to turn oven stones to find them
Am I beautiful ?