There are over 2500 species of frogs throughout the world. Approximately 200 species are found only in Australia Frogs are known as an Indicator Species; that is they tell us something. For example having many frogs in an area tells us the environment is healthy. Frogs are amphibians, which means they have a double life. At a young stage (tadpoles) they live in water and breathe through gills. As adults they breathe with lungs and live on land. Green Tree Frog (Litoria caerulea) is noted as the second most widely distributed frog in Australia. It is very easy to create welcoming habitat for Green Tree Frogs in your garden. Keeping frogs as wild pets brings many benefits like less Insects, spiders, mosquitos and cockroaches as it’s the majority of their diet.
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