Australia is home to well over 200 species of frog, which makes for a diverse range of sounds.
Frogs use a unique kind of reversible saliva combined with a super-soft tongue to hold onto prey, new research has found.
Also known as the smiley tree frog or simply the Australian green tree frog, there are many reasons to love them.
A red-eyed tree frog finds the perfect spot to rest after a rainstorm.
A Lesueur’s tree frog takes refuge in a palm frond.
Australian Endangered Species
A deadly disease has spotted tree frog numbers on the decline, with populations occupying a total range of less than five square kilometres.
Congratulations to this week’s AG Flickr group member Ryan Francis, for his image ‘Dainty Green Tree Frog’.
This quite serious looking frog, often mistaken for a toad, would put a frown on any predator with its gooey defence