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Canadian Wildlife - - NEWS - GRAY TREEFROG

Gray treefrogs are able to change colour to cam­ou­flage them­selves. Still, con­test en­trant Ted Busby got a dandy photo

As you might gather from its sci­en­tific name Hyla ver­si­color, this re­mark­able am­phib­ian — rang­ing from New Brunswick to Man­i­toba — can sub­tly change colour to bet­ter cam­ou­flage it­self. Photo taken by Ted Busby from the Ot­tawa area. This and many other images in the mag­a­zine are sub­mis­sions to CWF’S monthly and an­nual photo con­tests. Visit Cana­di­an­wildlifefed­er­a­

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