06:06 GMT05 August 2020
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    New Delhi (Sputnik): Yellow bullfrogs have been spotted in India, and no it’s not a COVID-19 effect or the impact of climate change, clarified an Indian Forest Service officer, who shared a video. A huge number of yellow Indian bullfrogs were seen in Narsinghpur in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

    A video of yellow frogs playing around in a pond is going viral on social media. To everyone’s surprise, the colour is completely natural and not an impact of some environmental change. The Indian Forest Service officer who shared the video stated that it’s the green male bullfrogs that have changed their colour to yellow in order to woo females for mating during the monsoon.

    ​While in the video the frogs may look like chickens, but a close-up gives a bright view of these male frogs in competition.

    ​It is said that the size of bullfrogs and their appetite could potentially cause serious environmental damage to native species, as they can feed on anything they fit in their mouth.

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