Wildlife Photographer Captures Magical Moment Two Frogs Share A Hug In The Rain

Wildlife photographer Ajar Setiadi has always been drawn to capturing the secret lives of animals and reptiles in his hometown of Bogo, Indonesia.

There certainly isn’t a lack of wildlife where he lives, and he helps bring us closer to the secret natural world through photography.

This motivated him to get a camera and documents all the critters he’d spent hours watching.

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