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Toad In Rock

While hiking recently at Rock Island State Park in Tennessee, I was traversing uneven terrain along the river when I spotted this spotted toad perched in a pocket of a rock. Now, this photograph is available in my gallery at Pixels. Come see!

By Phil

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9 replies on “Toad In Rock”

It looks like a leopard frog. It’s a little surprising to see it in a rock. Was the a stream nearby? We used to have a lot of leopard frogs, but the bullfrogs have taken over and ate them all.

Yes, a river was approx. 15′ away. I assumed it was a toad based on the size, but don’t really know. Happily, it sat still long enough for a photograph.

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