Her har ungene funnet en vanlig frosk.
Since it's raining it's easier to find frogs.
Here is a common frog that the kids found.
I april-mai (avhengig av klima) samles begge kjønn til gyting i gytedammen så snart isen går. Hannen lokker med en vedvarende knurrende "rrrrrrrr". Hunnen legger de 400-2000 eggene i faste geléklumper. Eggklasene vil oftest synke til bunnen, men flyter gjerne opp i senere faser av utviklingen. Larvene (rompetrollene) går på land i juli-august og blir kjønnsmodne etter 2 til 3 år. Arten overvintrer som oftest på bunnen av en dam eller bekk, der den puster med huden for å få oksygen.
The Common Frog, Rana temporaria also known as the European Common Frog or European Common Brown Frog is found throughout much of Europe as far north as well north of the Arctic Circle in Scandinavia and as far east as the Urals, except for most of Iberia, southern Italy, and the southern Balkans. The furthest west it can be found is Ireland, where it is an introduced species. Common frogs are active almost all of the year, only hibernating when it gets very cold and the water and earth are consistently frozen. Common frogs hibernate in running waters, muddy burrows and can hibernate in layers of decaying leaves and mud at the bottom of ponds. The fact that they can breathe through their skins allows them to stay underwater for much longer periods of time when they are hibernating. Common frogs breed in shallow, still, fresh water such as ponds, with breeding commencing in March. The adults congregate in the ponds, where the males compete for females. The courtship ritual involves croaking, and a successful male grasps the female under the forelegs. During the mating season the males can be recognised by a darkened swelling, the nuptial pad on their 'thumbs'. The females, which are generally larger than the males, lay up to 4000 eggs which float in large clusters.