We share our gardens with a surprising number of native animals.
This is our guide to 20 Australian frogs you need to know about.
Meet the desert spadefoot— a round, small amphibian that always looks just a little bit sad.
Frogs use a unique kind of reversible saliva combined with a super-soft tongue to hold onto prey, new research has found.
A tiny species of frog that’s new to science has been discovered just 10km from Newcastle Airport.
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.
Chytrid fungus has already wiped out six species of Australian frogs since the disease arrived in the 1970s. Without urgent action, seven more are facing extinction.
Small differences in the hands and feet of frogs are clues to big differences in behaviour.
Jasmine Vink was lucky enough to come across this peppered tree frog (Litoria piperata), a critically endangered species found in northern New South Wales.
This reptile-like amphibian is unusual in more ways than one.