Marty’s photo of the day #2404. This week marks the 44th Anniversary of the signing of the Endangered Species Act. Since today’s Republicans would rather worship money than do something for the greater good, it’s possible that this might be the last anniversary of the ESA. With that in mind, this week I’m featuring photos I took of endangered species all over the world:
This is a lace-lid frog, which gets its name because when it closes its eyelids the veins look like lace. These frogs live in a tiny section of Queensland, Australia and are found nowhere else in the world.