In Tbilisi, Georgia, in the Botanical Garden is a lily pond. And in that pond is the Caucasus Parsley Frog.
The Caucasian Parsley Frog (Pelodytes caucasicus) has distinctive green markings on their back, just like sprigs of parsley leaves.
Georgia has 11 species of amphibians, most are frogs. Frogs, as opposed to toads, have bulging eyes, no tails, a longer slender body than toads, webbed hind feet, and smooth moist skin.
Photographer: Martina Nicolls
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