This little green frog goes by many names: Günther's bush frog, the white-spotted bush frog, chalazodes bubble-nest frog, Raorchestes chalazodes. But, if you're not into the whole brevity thing, acts-out-your-Sims-fantasies-inside-bamboo frog would be a pretty fair moniker, too.
Researchers at the National University of Singapore recently discovered this unusual amphibian behavior, in which the frogs squirm through tiny cracks in bamboo shoots to mate, lay eggs and care for young:
A frog disappears into a crack in a bamboo shaft, in sequence by alphabetical order. (Credit: Seshadri K S)