Image © J. Volgetanz
This adorable pair belongs to the tomato frog Genus Dyscophus. Often called the "false tomato frog", this species (D. guineti) is considered less threatened than it's more famous sister species D. antongilii, the Madagascar tomato frog.
Nonetheless, this group of tomatoes will surely taste bad to any predator attempting to prepare a salad. These frog's secrete a thick toxin that gums up the predator's eyes and mouths, creating the perfect opportunity for escape.
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