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The Smithsonian Runs A Photo Contest… Here Are This Year’s Finalists. - http://www.lifebuzz.com/photography-contest/

"During my latest trip to Costa Rica I managed to photograph this beautiful snake in the worst of all situations (for the frog of course)," says Reusens. (Arenal Volcano, Costa Rica, May Canon Mark III)

Nicolas Reusens' photos of red-eyed tree frogs in Costa Rica

In pictures: Jumping red-eyed tree frogs of Costa Rica by Nicolas Reusens

A red-eyed tree frog crawls on the tree branch in Sarapiqui, Costa Rica.

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We all can make changes and become toadally awesome.

An orange nectar bat pollinates a tank plant in a Costa Rican rain forest.

Orange nectar bat pollinating a tank plant Picture by Merlin Tuttle

again, more stuff for both alien concepts in general, and Dilea's legs, seeing as how she has an amphibian tilt to her.


Close View of a Red-Eyed Tree Frog (Agalychnis Callidryas) Climbing onto a Leaf in Costa Rica Photographic Print by Steve Winter

Iguana, Photo by National Wildlife Photo Contest Entrant Patrick Carney

Carney (who started taking photos at eight years old) was on a High School field trip to Costa Rica when he captured this image of a green iguana. National Wildlife Federation Announces Stunning Winners Of Annual Photo Contest

Photo: by Florian Kuster. Pink flower with Rufous-tailed hummingbirds. Pink flowers have their own special magic, it seems. They always captivate us. #BeautifulNow #Pink #flowers

Florian Kuster photographed this pair of hummingbirds on the slopes of a volcano in Costa Rica. Picture: Florian Kuster/Solent News

High Stepping Frog by patricé

Jember, Java, Indonesia (Monica Anantyowati, The positions in which frogs get photographed are just hilarious

Jameson’s Mamba, Cameroon -Detail- Photograph by Mattias Klum, National Geographic

Photograph by Mattias Klum From "Venom," National Geographic, February 2013 Venom from snakes like the Jameson’s mamba, seen here in Cameroon, may soon combat heart disease.

The caracolera, Clouded Snake (Sibon nebulata),  is a common, but restless snake, Selva Verde Lodge, Sarapiqui, Costa Rica

The Caracolera Is A Common, But Restless Snake, Selva Verde Lodge, Sarapiqui, Costa Rica

At Selva Verde Lodge, Sarapiqui, Costa Rica, This caracolera is a harmless snake but was very restless, getting a photograph of his whole body was the challenge. Photographed by Alvaro Cubero Vega