Frognut Tumbles

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Napping eyes of the red-eyed tree frog (Agalychnis callidryas)

In the day, when the frog is asleep, a gold membrane creeps over its eyes. It lets in a small amount of light, enough so that if a predator approaches, the non-poisonous frog can wake up, show its bulging red eyes and present its yellow feet in a bid to make the would-be attacker think twice.

(via inthecreek)

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