Today we are off to the land down under to meet another frog. We’ll be getting out the climbing gear to find these frogs because they live in the trees! Are you ready to meet…

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giant tree frog   Range/Habitat: Australia- New Guinea/ rainforests-gardens

   Diet: Carnivore: insects

   Length: 4-5 ½”

  Conservation Status: common


Fun Facts:

  •        Giant tree frogs are arboreal.
  •      Giant tree frogs have a white stripe around their lip.
  •        They are one of the largest frogs in Australia.
  •         Giant tree frogs have large adhesive pads on their toes that help them climb.
  •         They have large eyes with horizontal pupils.

Tree frogs are so cool! We only have the little ones where we live! Australia always has all the cool stuff- marsupials, platypus and giant tree frogs!

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