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Picture of dozens of tree frogs stacking on top of each other to mate in a central American rainforest
May 13, 2022

Mating Party

In a Central American rainforest, a bevy of red-eyed tree frogs engage in mating—with as many as four males trying to attach to one egg-laying female. This picture appeared in a November 2006 story about tree frogs.
Photograph by Christian Ziegler, Nat Geo Image Collection
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