Gallery description : darwin's frog

Darwin's Frog (rhinoderma darwinii) is an animal of the amphibian type. It inhabits beech-tree forests and in fields. The weight of the animal is about 2g - 5g (0.07oz - 0.17oz) and lives for 10 - 15 years. Rodents, snakes, birds are the dangerous creatures for darwin's frogs. Look up the table below for more facts.

Facts about darwin's frogs
NameDarwin's Frog
Scientific NameRhinoderma darwinii
GenusRhinoderma
Skin TypePermeable
Main PreyInsects, worms, snails
ClassAmphibia
Weight2g - 5g (0.07oz - 0.17oz)
Top Speed8km/h (5mph)
Average Clutch Size30
TypeAmphibian
Life Span10 - 15 years
Distinctive FeaturesSmall body size and leaf-like appearance
FamilyRhinodermatidae
ColourBlack, green, grey, brown, tan
Conservation StatusVulnerable
PredatorsRodents, snakes, birds
KingdomAnimalia
Size (L)2.5cm - 3.5cm (0.9in - 1.4in)
LifestyleSolitary
HabitatBeech-tree forests and in fields
PhylumChordata
DietCarnivore
OrderAnura
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Description Darwin's frog. we saw the darwin’s frog
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