Gallery description : marine toad

Darwin's Frog (rhinoderma darwinii) is a amphibian type animal. It usually inhabits beech-tree forests and in fields. The weight of this 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. See the table below to learn more facts.

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Facts about darwin's frogs
NameDarwin's Frog
Life Span10 - 15 years
Size (L)2.5cm - 3.5cm (0.9in - 1.4in)
Scientific NameRhinoderma darwinii
ColourBlack, green, grey, brown, tan
OrderAnura
PredatorsRodents, snakes, birds
Skin TypePermeable
Weight2g - 5g (0.07oz - 0.17oz)
GenusRhinoderma
Average Clutch Size30
TypeAmphibian
Main PreyInsects, worms, snails
FamilyRhinodermatidae
PhylumChordata
Top Speed8km/h (5mph)
Conservation StatusVulnerable
Distinctive FeaturesSmall body size and leaf-like appearance
LifestyleSolitary
HabitatBeech-tree forests and in fields
ClassAmphibia
KingdomAnimalia
DietCarnivore
Image Details
Description Marine toad. marinetoad
Width 1094 pixels
Heigh 778 pixels
File type JPG
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