This 21 July 2016 video shows edible frogs in the Dutch Veluwe region.
This video from Britain says about itself:
Explore a watery world with pond dipping
21 July 2016
Summer is a great time to go exploring, and whether you’re by the sea, a pond or any other water, it’s also a great time to learn more about underwater nature first hand.
This 23 June 2016 shows wildlife, like butterflies, a damselfly and a frog, after rain in the Mallebos woodland on Voorne island in the Netherlands.
At the bird photography hide are not only birds. There are also other animals, like this edible frog.
More than one edible frog in the pond just outside the hide.
Sometimes, frogs sat on the bank, watching their mirror image in the pond.
Then, they jumped back in the water again.
Kingfishers sometimes visit the pond, but not when we were there on 10 June. Maybe there is more chance of seeing a kingfisher earlier in the year, when the frogs are in the tadpole stage and are easier to catch.
Kingfishers also eat another amphibian species living in the pond: smooth newts.
On 10 June, we often saw bank voles drinking at the pond and running around.
We did not see other mammal species living near the hide: roe deer; red squirrel; red fox.
This video says about itself:
1 June 2016
Amazing video of an African Bullfrog surreptitiously creeping up to a group of butterflies before finally going in for the kill with his long, sticky tongue.
Taken in the Kgalagadi National Park in South Africa.
Video by: Riaan Ferreira.
This 7 June 2016 video shows a common toad in the Murcia region in Spain.