Frogs splashing up a storm at Uluru

A water holding frog in a rock pool at Uluru

A water-holding frog in a rock pool at Uluru

A water holding frog in a rock pool at Uluru

A water holding frog in a rock pool at Uluru

We couldn’t wait to share this picture of a water-holding frog having a dip in a tiny rock pool at Uluru.

Months of sporadic rainfall has generated an explosion of frog life wherever water gathers in the cracks, crevices and rockholes on Uluru!

Sarah, Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park

 

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One thought on “Frogs splashing up a storm at Uluru

  1. Great photo Sarah. I was lucky enough to be there during the week of 21 November, the first two days of which were wet. Walking back from Kantju Gorge one evening I asked the guide, local ranger Sam, ‘What is that noise?’ He replied, ‘frogs mate, they make their presence felt when there’s moisture about’. He wasn’t wrong. Fantastic experience

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