A citizen science project launched by the Australian Museum is aiming to improve knowledge of the country’s frogs by enlisting the help of the Australian public to use the new FrogID app, which can recognise the unique croak of every species.
We share our gardens with a surprising number of native animals.
Running, jumping burrowing or even tree-climbing, frogs can be found in almost any Australian landscape – desert claypans, freezing mountains and inner-city suburbs. This stunning selection from more than 220 named Australian species includes common frogs and others so rare you should contact wildlife authorities if you find one.
Meet the desert spadefoot— a round, small amphibian that always looks just a little bit sad.
The Cape York graceful tree frog has been discovered in Far North Queensland, previously evading scientists due to its resemblance to a dainty tree frog.