This is one of the frogs that inhabits my frog pond with his family and friends. He has a loud croaking voice, which he uses in the rainy season. He eats most of the leaf and plant eating insects and is an invaluable friend of the garden. The only drawback is that snakes love to eat frogs. So at least one snake visits my garden during the day, and I don't know about nights. These African snails are now found in all sorts of moist corners in the garden. Although snails are supposed toeat decaying leaves, these are huge gorgers, and eat any plant that they find. I consider them Enemy number 1. Frogs don't eat them, but Coucals love them for breakfast.
These cranes in the village pond eat both the frogs and snails, thereby keeping the balance of Nature.
Peace for all!