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A   male, white-eyed coqui "singing" to attract a female,    El Yunque Rainforest, Puerto Rico.

A male, white-eyed coqui "singing" to attract a female, El Yunque Rainforest, Puerto Rico.

So God created Puerto Ricans Hahahaahahahahahahahha dying!!!!!!!!!!

So God created Puerto Ricans Hahahaahahahahahahahha dying!!!!!!!!!!

th3-b3auty-of-natur3:        Colourful, tropical, quality nature blog! I follow back everyone! :) <3 xx

th3-b3auty-of-natur3: Colourful, tropical, quality nature blog! I follow back everyone! :) <3 xx

Funny Wildlife, funnywildlife: Pretty Frog!!!

Funny Wildlife, funnywildlife: Pretty Frog!!!

Kung Fu Frog.(Yaaahooo) | See More Pictures | #SeeMorePictures

Kung Fu Frog.(Yaaahooo) | See More Pictures | #SeeMorePictures

Oh my word this guy finds the most AMAZING moments. CHeck out all his photos from this album. --- Red eyed tree frog by Peter Krejzl, via 500px

Oh my word this guy finds the most AMAZING moments. CHeck out all his photos from this album. --- Red eyed tree frog by Peter Krejzl, via 500px

LET ME SPEAK FOR ALL OF US..........RIBBIT.   THANKYOU. L.

LET ME SPEAK FOR ALL OF US..........RIBBIT. THANKYOU. L.

Australian Possum

Australian Possum

white tree frog

This is easily the cutest tree frog we've ever seen

white tree frog

"I'm blue da ba dee da ba die... da ba DEEE da ba die, da ba dee da ba dieeee!"

"I'm blue da ba dee da ba die... da ba DEEE da ba die, da ba dee da ba dieeee!"

Eleutherodactylus coqui- Coqui -- Sighted: Palmas del Mar, Puerto Rico

Eleutherodactylus coqui- Coqui -- Sighted: Palmas del Mar, Puerto Rico

~~Ruby eye tree frog by Val Saxby~~

~~Ruby eye tree frog by Val Saxby~~

The Coqui is a tiny frog found everywhere on the island and is an "unofficial national symbol". There was a legend that stated that this tiny frog would not sing if it left the island. The myth has been busted! The frog has spread to some of the Hawaiian islands when it was introduced by mistake in some plants in the last couple of years whre ironically, they are considered a pest.

The Coqui is a tiny frog found everywhere on the island and is an "unofficial national symbol". There was a legend that stated that this tiny frog would not sing if it left the island. The myth has been busted! The frog has spread to some of the Hawaiian islands when it was introduced by mistake in some plants in the last couple of years whre ironically, they are considered a pest.

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