Check out this tiny frog, it’s smaller than a fingernail! The Gardiner’s tree frog is one of the smallest frogs in the world, growing to only 11mm in length! Unlike most frogs, the young do not hatch as tadpoles, but as fully formed small adult frogs. So the babies are even smaller versions of this little guy – how is that even possible?
The Holy Cross Frog, (Notaden bennettii), found in tropical, sub-tropical and temperate eastern Australia. This primitive toad is one of the few Australian frogs to display warning coloration, (aposmatism).
The Borneo Eared Frog(Ploypedates otilophus) also known as the Eared Tree Frog inhabits lowland rainforests. The species is easily identified by its large size and by the prominent ridges which lie above the eye and external ear-drum. Its dorsal...
The ornate horned frog can grow up to six inches long and inhabits Uruguay, Brazil, and northern Argentina. While it may look like a lifeless pincushion, it's quick to lunge when lizards, small rodents, birds, or other frogs blunder by
Amazon milk frog - The Mission golden-eyed tree frog or Amazon milk frog (Trachycephalus resinifictrix) is a large species of arboreal frog native to the Amazon Rainforest in South America. It is sometimes referred to as the blue milk frog. It was first discovered along the Maracanã River in Brazil.