Kermit-ed to the dance floor: This frog was photographed strutting his stuff on a branch in Indonesia The rhythmic reptile was spotted strutting its stuff on a branch in Indonesia and delighted in showing off its athletic skills for lucky photographer, Herry Sobiran. Mr Sobiran found the red-eyed tree frog having a boogie in a secluded corner of Pantai Indah Kapuk, Jakarta.
The Red-Eyed Tree Frog They are not poisonous and rely on camouflage to protect themselves. During the day time, they remain motionless, cover their blue sides with their back legs, tuck their bright feet under their stomach, and shut their red eyes. Thus, they appear almost completely green, and well hidden among the foliage. Photo credit: Artur Celes