New Delhi: While recently, a video of two snakes dancing in rain had left netizens amazed, this time it is a video of blue and yellow frogs enjoying in rainwater, that has surprised many. The two clips were shared by Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer Susanta Nanda on Twitter.
The short clips shared by Nanda, show a group of frogs hopping and jumping in a puddle of water as onlookers watch. Also, in the clip, the loud crocking sound of the frogs could be heard which only increases as the clip ends. As per experts, the frog species are known to change their colour from brown to blue and blue to yellow in monsoon in a bid to attract female frogs.
Nanda shared the footage with the caption, "It’s raining in Bhubaneswar under the impact of cyclonic storm Jawad. And just thought of sharing two clips, as to how male frogs change their colour during rains to attract mate. Moor frogs turning from brown to blue during breeding season. And all for its mate(sic)."
"Indian Bullfrogs turning to bright yellow during breeding season while vocal sacs become blue. From Brown or Olive green to such attractive colours to catch the attention of its female partner... Nature is amazing" the IFS officer captioned the other video.
Since being shared online, the videos have gone viral on several social media platforms, and garnered thousands of views on Twitter with many expressing amazement at the yellow and blue frogs. See the comments: