A rare albino frog has been spotted in a Glasgow pond – as onlookers joked the orange amphibian could be a mascot for Irn-Bru.
Adam Bienkowski, 38, snapped pictures of the bright coloured frog at the city’s Victoria Park before it hopped off.
The business insights manager pointed out the similarity in colour to Scotland’s other national drink.
He said the orange frog stood out in the pond which was filled with hundreds of others but added that he didn’t think it would last long before being eaten due to its standout colour.
Adam, from Glasgow, said: “The super rare Irn-Bru frog found in the ponds of Glasgow.
“I have never seen an albino frog before, I think there are quite rare.
“There were hundreds of frogs in the pond at the park and then I spotted this orange one, its colour really stood out against the others.
“I don’t imagine it will last long in nature – it’s bound to get eaten very quickly with that stark colour.
“Irn-Bru was the first thing I thought of when I saw the orange colour.”
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