White's tree frog

White's tree frog

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Caption: White's tree frog (Litoria caerulea) leaping. This species of frog is native to Australia and New Guinea. It can grow up to 10 centimeters in length and inhabits trees with still water sources nearby. It feeds on insects, spiders, smaller frogs and some small mammals. This frog is nocturnal and sleeps in cool, dark, moist areas during the day. Populations of this species is under threat due to the decline of its natural habitat.

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