"Gymnastics" photo by yensen tan ==== treefrog is also known as the dumpy frog and Australian green tree frog Litoria caerulea.

"Gymnastics" photo by yensen tan ==== treefrog is also known as the dumpy frog and Australian green tree frog Litoria caerulea.

Frog | Photography by TantoYensen-Jakarta (@yensen_tan) #WildAnimalPhotos by wildanimalphotos

Frog | Photography by TantoYensen-Jakarta (@yensen_tan) #WildAnimalPhotos by wildanimalphotos

Australian Green Tree Frog - aka Whites tree frog, or dumpy tree frog (Litoria caerulea) is native to Australia and New Guinea, it is larger than most Australian frogs, reaching 4 inches in length. The average lifespan of the frog in captivity, is about 16 years. It is docile and well suited to living near human dwellings. It screams when it is in danger to scare off its foe, and squeaks when it is touched. - Wikipedia Get Free Domain on http://cp.cx

Australian Green Tree Frog - aka Whites tree frog, or dumpy tree frog (Litoria caerulea) is native to Australia and New Guinea, it is larger than most Australian frogs, reaching 4 inches in length. The average lifespan of the frog in captivity, is about 16 years. It is docile and well suited to living near human dwellings. It screams when it is in danger to scare off its foe, and squeaks when it is touched. - Wikipedia Get Free Domain on http://cp.cx

Alien Black-eyed Monkey Tree Frog : Photo by Photographer Paul Bratescu

Alien Black-eyed Monkey Tree Frog : Photo by Photographer Paul Bratescu

An American Green Tree Frog from the Norfolk Botanical Garden in Norfolk, Virginia.

An American Green Tree Frog from the Norfolk Botanical Garden in Norfolk, Virginia.

pamfrYY0001Green Tree Frog (Litoria caerulea) - The Green Tree Frog is an able climber, and uses its huge toe pads to hang on. It is found around buildings and gardens throughout much of Australia, as well as in a range of natural habitats. © Pavel German / Wildlife Images

pamfrYY0001Green Tree Frog (Litoria caerulea) - The Green Tree Frog is an able climber, and uses its huge toe pads to hang on. It is found around buildings and gardens throughout much of Australia, as well as in a range of natural habitats. © Pavel German / Wildlife Images

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