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Check Out This Albino Wood Frog From Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge

This albino wood frog was found in Minnesota's Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge.

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Wood frogs are always cool to see while herping out in the field. But have you seen an albino wood frog? This little guy was found at the Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge in Rochert, Minn. The refuge is 43,000 acres and features more than 20 lakes, three rivers, and hundreds of little marshes and woodland ponds, perfect habitat for the wood frog.

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The wood frog (Lithobates sylvaticus) can be found throughout much of North America and is known mainly for its capability to freeze and thaw and carry on with its life. It averages about 2 and 2.5 inches in length and eats a range of insects and the tadpoles are known to be cannibalistic. 


John B. Virata keeps a ball python, two corn snakes, a king snake, and two leopard geckos. His first snake, a California kingsnake, was purchased at the Pet Place in Westminster, CA for $5. Follow him on Twitter @johnvirata