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Red eyed tree frog embryos, 3 days old.
The female frog lays the eggs above a watersource, and when the tadpoles hatch, they fall into the water.
Developing from tiny green dots into fully formed tadpoles takes just 6-7 days in this species. At 3 days old the external gills are easily seen, as are the pumping hearts inside their tiny, semi-transparent bodies.

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Canon 7D
Tamron 180mm macro
Natural light
Boca del Drago, Panama

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Canon EOS 7D
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180 mm
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May 8, 2011, 4:39:34 PM
Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
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Adananian|Hobbyist General Artist
That means caviar is not just in fishes, but also in frogs.
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Itachi2789|Professional Filmographer
really cool frogs!
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juste magnifique !
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תינוקים :heart:
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that is amazing!
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so nice..and caviar :D :D :D
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Wow, this is an incredible photo
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:wow: WOAH! This is really amazing.
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XxForbidden-FruitsxX|Hobbyist General Artist
This is so cool!!
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Ozkyks|Hobbyist Photographer
Wow, is it possible to do this on the normal caviar? You know the orange one?:lol:
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erezmarom|Professional Photographer
Possible, but you won't see any embrios :D
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No, didn't expect it either, but I just had to ask:D
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Awesome shot!
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How amazing! I was seeing a lot of other photos and this one called my attention. Is so beautifull!!
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How Cute... :clap: :omg: :clap:
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Cute :)
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Gosh, it's such a breathtaking and beautiful photo! Here I am looking at it again!
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omg @o@
amazing shot!! *-*
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uuaah. o:
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Amazing!!! But gross at the same time ^^
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Amazing, beautiful shot! ♥
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awww so cuteee!!! :iconiloveyouplz:
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this looks awesome!
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