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sdzoo:  The waxy blue-green color and the rolling skin folds of fatty material have earned the White’s tree frog the nickname “dumpy tree frog.” | Here’s lookin’ at you kid by Charles Jellison

sdzoo: “ The waxy blue-green color and the rolling skin folds of fatty material have earned the White’s tree frog the nickname “dumpy tree frog.

The Gray tree frog has some amazing camouflage! Learn more about how the SPCA for Monterey County helps wildlife at www.SPCAmc.org

The Gray tree frog has some amazing camouflage! Learn more about how the SPCA…

These frogs seem to have a perpetual smile on their faces. White’s tree frogs are often kept as pets, but are happiest when left alone in their native home: the woodland and scrub close to water in northeast Australia and New Guinea.

Ghost Glass Frog (Centrolene ilex) with incredible, hypnotizing eyes.

aubsticle: “sisqofanclub: “ buffyvsdracula: “ ftcreature: “ Ghost Glass Frog (Centrolene ilex) with incredible, hypnotizing eyes. Read all about him here. ” ALL GLORY TO THE HYPNOTOAD ” TOO.

"Which way is out?" by Angi Nelson on 500px.com

Red Eyed Tree Frog (Agalychnis callidryas) from Southern Mexico, Central America and Northern Colombia

Black-webbed tree frog (Rhacophorus reinwardtii) - Bing Images

Black-webbed tree frog (Rhacophorus reinwardtii) - Bing Images

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Giant Waxy Monkey Tree Frog (Phyllomedusa bicolor) in Iwokrama, Guyana - photo…

10 species discovered in the last 10 years

Smallest Frog Some frogs eat flies. This tiny amphibian is not much bigger than one. The Microhyla nepenthicola, a newly discovered species of frog, lives in the jungle on the island of Borneo in Malaysia. It is barely larger than a pea.

A green tree frog looks out from behind a rose petal - picture by wildlife photographer Joanne Williams

A Dirty Tree Frog | by Paul.E.M

A Dirty Tree Frog | by Paul.E.M

Tigers Treefrog Hyloscirtus Tigrinus Print by Thomas Marent

Tigers Treefrog Hyloscirtus Tigrinus Art Print by Thomas Marent

Habitat: Colombia, Ecuador Status: Endangered This awesome frog is the Tiger’s Treefrog (Hyloscirtus tigrinus) and I’m sure you can see how it got its common name. If a tiger and a frog hooked up… well, you’d get this guy.

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