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Photo of a Spotted Leopard Frog

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Photo of a Spotted Leopard Frog
Photo by Liz Domingue

The green treefrog, spotted leopard frog (above), and Florida banded water snake are three of the most frequently killed species on U.S. 441. The chuckling calls of a chorus of spotted leopard frogs make it sound as if the whole swamp is laughing.

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