Giant tree frog

The Giant tree frog is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

of the Giant Tree Frog, which is not present in the Green Tree Frog. Tadpole The tadpole's appearance changes throughout its development. The length of the species' tadpoles ranges from 8.1 millimeters (once hatched) to 44 millimeters. More

GoodallOnce called the White Lipped Tree Frog, The Giant Tree Frog is an impressive sight in the tropics. About four times the size of the common Green Tree Frog, it is quite an experience to meet one. More

Giant Tree Frog Skeleton Giant Tree Frogs live in north-eastern Australia, New Guinea and eastern Indonesia Home / Exploring the Natural World / Life's Adaptations / Giant Tree Frog Skeleton Giant tree frog skeleton More

The Giant Tree Frog is usually a bright green or brown with a white line covering its lower lip and extending to its front legs. Another white line runs along its back legs. The Giant tree frog has big toe pads and webbed feet. More

Reaching lengths of over 13cm (5 inches), the Giant Tree Frog can make a standing jump 15 times its body length. That's comparable to a human's broad jump of about 40 feet. More

The Giant Tree Frog is the largest variety of frog on the earth, reaching up to 14 centimetres in length. It is predominantly green in colour, with a white stripe covering its lower lip. More

Nosy Be giant tree frog (Platypelis milloti) = Species information - * Facts & Status * Description * Find out more More

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Images previous Hispaniolan giant tree frog imageHispaniolan giant tree frog on branch © Twan Leendersnext Hispaniolan giant tree frog imageHispaniolan giant tree frog on branch Species related by - * Family group * Habitat More

Due to its physical and behavioral traits, the Giant Tree Frog has become one of the most recognizable frogs in its region, and is a popular exotic pet throughout the world. The skin secretions of the frog have antibacterial and antiviral properties that may prove useful in pharmaceutical preparations. More

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Order : Anura
Family : Hylidae
Genus : Litoria
Species : infrafrenata
Authority : (Günther, 1867)