Frogs Use Flowers As Umbrellas When It Rains And There Are Photos To Prove It

Frogs spend a lot of time in the water, but that doesn’t mean they don’t know enough to get out of the rain.

Indonesian wildlife photographer Ajar Setiadi captures the unseen moments of animals that reside in his garden and around his home in Bogor.

But most are not the typical photographed species. He features his perfect shots of spiders, snakes, snails, pray-mantis, and adorable frogs on his Instagram page for all to see.

Setiadi has a special interest in frogs because they are not only fascinating creatures, but his pets. Just like the rest of us, he loves to photograph his beloved pets.

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The little tree frogs were captured using flowers as umbrellas and the photos are absolutely adorable.

One was captured, “Hugs in the rain.”

Who knew frogs were so charismatic?

And they can dance, too!

But above all they love to “hug”.

Check out all the other amazing moments Setiadi has captured here.

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