Smokey Jungle Frog - Leptodactylus pentadactylus

The smoky jungle frog, also known as the was discovered in 1824. This frog spends most of its time in the jungle away from ponds and streams. To keep eggs moist the female oozes a liquid from her body and then beats it into a frothy foam with her back legs. She then deposits the eggs into the foam. The outside of the foam nest hardens into a shell, which protects the eggs. It is a large frog, 5 t.

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