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These images are short-listed for the 2014 ANZANG Nature Photographer of the year contest Threatened category.
GREEN AND GOLDEN BELL FROG, LITORIA AUREA. STATUS: VULNERABLE. Angela Robertson-Buchanan, New South Wales. Green and golden bell frogs were once common on the south-east coast of Australia, but populations are in a critical decline due to habitat loss, pollution, disease and introduced fish that prey on the frogs' tadpoles. Wild Life Sydney Zoo, Darling Harbour, New South Wales. Micro Nikkor 105mm 1:2.8G, 1/80, f/7.1, ISO 2000, handheld
Photo credit: Angela Robertson-Buchanan