The green of our two Ostheimer frogs generally resembles the color of tree frogs. But due to the strong grain in the ash wood they are made of, the two can take on quite different shades of green. Even these rather plainly painted figures therefore have unique differences. The two frogs vividly depict the typical movements of these animals and they form a beautiful ensemble together with the pond and the stork or fish.
By the way, the "unrealistic" proportions between the frogs and storks are not a problem for children while playing. At Ostheimer, we believe it's most important to create vivid representations of the animals and to make sure that even small figures are easy to grasp for children's hands.