Common River frog (Afrana angolensis)

Common River Frog (Afrana angolensis)
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Common River Frogs (A. angolensis) are described as medium (40 – 80 mm), smooth white belly skinned, jumping frogs with sharp noses, bulging eyes and long powerful legs.

These frogs are mainly distributed in fairly large parts along the South African Eastern coastline and slightly more inland towards the boarding northern countries.

This one was photographed in the urbanised Umtentweni suburb of Port Shepstone, KZN, South Africa in a domestic fish pond. It seems to be the only one in the pond.

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