Schismaderma carens While naturally occurring in savanna and woodland habitats and breeding in deep, permanent pools of water, the Red Toad is often found close to human habitations, no doubt finding the bounty of insects attracted by outside lighting very attractive. Being rather large amphibians at about 10cm in length, they’re surprisingly adept at climbing […]

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SF Zoo conservation team releases over 1,000 nearly extinct frogs into natural Yosemite habitat – SFGate — Read on m.sfgate.com/local/article/SF-Zoo-endangered-red-frog-Yosemite-Mark-Twain-14368822.php

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Amieta delalandii The Common River Frog, also known as Delalande’s River Frog, lives on the banks of streams and other permanent watersources in grasslands, bushveld and forests – they’ve also taken up residence in garden ponds and water features in the urban setting. When in danger of being seen, especially by day, these frogs quickly […]

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