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We mammals have come a long way since the time of the dinosaurs. Since those times, we’ve conquered the land, sea and air. Florida has at least 99 species of mammals living, breeding and thriving today.
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by Rich Leighton | Apr 19, 2019 | Amphibians, Florida Nature Facts, Florida Nature Photography, Frogs, Natural History, Nature & Wildlife, Tree FrogsSquirrel treefrogs are typically nocturnal, but often come out to enjoy the sights & sounds of the rain during the day. MORE PHOTOS OF AMPHIBIANS MORE FLORIDA NATURE FACTS Florida Nature Facts is a series about interesting facts about the flora, fauna and places...
by Rich Leighton | Dec 10, 2018 | Amphibians, Florida Nature Facts, Florida Nature Photography, Natural History, Nature & Wildlife, Nature PhotographyFrogs can’t swallow with their eyes open, and don’t drink – they absorb water through their skin! MORE PHOTOS OF AMPHIBIANS MORE FLORIDA NATURE FACTS Florida Nature Facts is a series about interesting facts about the flora, fauna and places that make...
by Rich Leighton | Mar 30, 2014 | Amphibians, Florida Nature Photography, Nature Photography, PhotographyEndemic to the United States, the squirrel treefrog (Hyla squirella) is an attractive native tree frog is native to the Coastal Plain of the American Southeast, ranging as far north and east as North Carolina (and possibly Virginia) all the way to Texas in the West,...