Greater Bay Area Series | Episode 3: Chinese flying frog
As night descends on the woodlands, the Chinese flying frogs living in the Greater Bay Area are out and about. In dark, a single male frog constantly looks for a mate. However, there are many obstacles on the way of courtship. Does the poor frog find a partner eventually? Check out the video.
About 'Journeys in Nature': Greater Bay Area Series
Comprising Hong Kong, Macao and nine cities in south China's Guangdong Province, the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area is one of the largest and most populated urban areas in the world with a bustling wildlife. A crab spider has targeted a wasp, a fairy pitta mother is busy with child-rearing, other forest residents such as the Chinese flying frogs, the crab-eating mongooses and the silver pheasants are wandering along the rivers and streams, while the marine creatures have their own roles to play in the undersea community. Stay tuned for more!
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