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Green tree frog (Litoria caerulea) among reeds. Like all tree frogs, this frog has suction pads at the end of its toes to help it grip leaves. Also like other tree frogs, this frog's left ear drum can be clearly seen behind its left eye. Like all frogs, it must keep its skin moist to allow it to breathe through it. Frogs are carnivorous, eating insects and other small animals. This tree frog is found in Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, New Zealand and Australia. Photographed in Toowoomba in south- eastern Queensland, Australia.
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