Today I want to write about a pretty little frog, the dainty tree frog.
Here are five interesting facts about them:
- These tiny little frogs only grow to about 4.5 cm long.
- They like to live in banana trees so they often transported with bunches of bananas to other states of Australia, which gives them their other name, the banana frog.
- Dainty tree frogs hide during the day and come out at night to hunt and eat small insects and invertebrates.
- At breeding time the females lay their eggs in small clumps on plants above water and the tadpoles take about two months to turn into adult frogs.
- Dainty tree frogs are common and can be found on floating plants, reeds and trees in marshes, forests and plantations in Queensland and northern New South Wales.
I hope that you found these facts interesting and learned something new.
Are there any other interesting facts that you would like to share about dainty tree frogs?