A man’s garden camera has captured an army of frogs taking over a pond in Norfolk.  

Rodger Goodrick, who lives in New Costessey, checked his camera on Saturday, March 18, and saw the frogs as they settled to spawn in his garden pond. 

Posting the video on Facebook, Mr Goodrick said: "I do recommend sound on." 

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Mr Goodrick believes the frogs had been in his pond for up to eight days but when he checked on Tuesday, March 21, “all there was to show for all their activities was lots of spawn”.  

Frogs and toads are currently spawning in ponds across the UK and are most active during the night. 

It takes frogspawn approximately three to four weeks to hatch.

Once the tiny tadpole has hatched it takes them around 14 weeks to become a frog.