There are quite a few frogs in the Nabang/Laiza area. We were lucky enough to be graced with their presence in the compound on many occasions, and I managed to catch a few photos. First, we have Ping Pong Frog who kindly obliged and left when we wanted to start playing a match of night ping pong on ‘his’ table:
Next, we have Garbage Frog, who decided that the trash bin is the place to be on a warm rainy season evening, quite the model:
He’s smiling in this one:
Then, of course, we have Drainpipe Frog…
…and window frog:
Of course, not all frogs are created equal. Some aren’t even frogs at all, like Fat Toad who was trying to run into a wall for some reason:
And our friendly neighbourhood Spider Frog, who walked along the wall like a bug but with no bugs in site for dinner:
I also found a small frog in my room one evening (my door was always wide open to all wild creatures at night as it was the only room with a broken air conditioning unit). At first I thought he was dead, but luckily he was just sleeping or something.
He didn’t seem inclined to leave, so I took a cardboard box to encourage him outside gently, and once he got the hint boy did he jump!
There were other frogs, including one we coaxed into a friend’s bedroom at night, but I’ve got no photos of those ones.