We’re off to Southeast Africa to meet today’s amphibian. These cool little frogs live underground, so we’ll have to be extra observant to find them! Put your best safari outfit on and let’s go!

e & e safari van


b rain frog   Range/Habitat: Southeast Africa/ forests-grasslands

   Diet: Carnivore: insects, small animals

   Length: 1 ¼-2 ¼”

   Conservation Status: common


Fun Facts:

  •       Bushveld rain frogs live underground.
  •          Bushveld rain frogs have short legs.
  •          They come out of their burrows to breed after rain.
  •          Bushveld rain frogs inflate themselves and get wedged in their burrows when threatened.
  •          The female Bushveld is larger than the female.

Bushveld rain frogs are super cute. It is cool that they can inflate themselves. Can you imagine if Ellie could blow herself up? HAHAHAHAHA!

b rain frog2

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3 thoughts on “AMPHIBIAN TUESDAY #81

  1. Now that’s a frog. He looks nothing like Kermit that mom keeps telling me about. XOXO – Bacon

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