Leroy is no ordinary amphibian and his birthplace is no ordinary water hole. Those who share it with him have a few things to learn about survival and he is happy to teach them what they need to know, given that this place has taught him so much in his short life. No mean-spirited elder or fly-by-night visitor is going to sour his passion for his territory and look out those who try to mess with the habitat once each species has claimed their piece of paradise.
Try as it might to threaten the stability of this strong and diverse ecosystem, even Mother Nature’s fury is no match for the bonds that have been established. Her weather, with its ebb and flow, drought and flood, makes little impact on a wetland sustained by the camaraderie and trust of its occupants.
Could human intervention, however, be the one thing to disrupt the delicate balance of this undisturbed natural environment, placing the habitat and the lives of all creatures who populate it into jeopardy?