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Picture of the Week: A taxi for Kermit

Image of a frog hitching a lift on the back of a snail is a reminder that sometimes it isn’t a bad thing to take things easy

 

Originally published by The Telegraph, our Picture of the Week shows a Japanese tree frog riding on top of a snail in a lake in West Borneo, Indonesia.

 

A taxi for Kermit
This Japanese tree frog plainly was in no hurry to reach his next destination

 

Given snails travel at just 0.03 mph, Kermit truly wasn’t in a rush but this stunning image, taken by Harfian Herdi, 28, is a reminder to us all that sometimes it’s wise to take things at a slower pace.

 

 

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4 comments on “Picture of the Week: A taxi for Kermit”

  1. Thank you Matthew for warming the cockles of my heart with ultra-cute pic. Nature is beautiful and I have witnessed in Africa many other breath-taking examples of varying species fraternising, even adult animals kindly adopting lone orphans from a different animal race.
    …Miss Piggy signing off and sending love from LA … where I am having a lazy “taking it easy” day today ;o) x

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