Common Tree Frogs (fig.) lay their eggs in a foamy mass, that they stick onto a surface or vegetation overhanging a pond or other water source, and which will in due time harden into a protective casing. This allows for the young tadpoles to fall into the water below, once the eggs hatch. See also
List of Thai Animal Names.
See also WILDLIFE PICTURES (1) and (2), VIDEO and TRAVEL PICTURES (1) and (2).