Posted on May 7, 2016May 2, 2016 by Catherine ArcolioRed Eft’s Rite of Passage orange his only protection so many small steps in the long journey from adolescence to adulthood Like this:Like Loading...
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Nature and the creatures in it are amazing
I’ve never heard the word “eft,” and had to look it up. I was amazed by the number of informative — and cautionary — articles. I don’t think I’d want one as a pet, as so many children apparently do, but I’m willing to admire it here.
Oh my goodness, – what a wonderful catch! Thank you for sharing the wonder.
the red eft is a particular favorite of mine. lovely verse and photo.
Nature never ceases to amaze me.
Darling little creature.
very interesting photo.
A truly beautiful amphibian! 🙂
Their life cycle truly is amazing. I love seeing these little guys in the forest after a rain.
I don’t like lizard-type creatures, but this one looks so cute, and I love his colour!
Beautiful. If I didn’t know better I’d think you’d arranged it
Wow, what a shot!
I, too, had to go do a bit of reading about the Red Eft.
Thanks for prompting the research
Reblogged this on Write, Miss Monster.
mmm … i see and read and ask to myself: where is my orange?
Nice find! Beautiful!!
wow…I’ve never found anything like that before! Beautiful… 🙂
What a beautiful and striking creature. Great shot.
Lovely image – the eft looks great in the leafy surroundings.
Love this shot!