Scientific Name: Xenopus laevis

Found In: southern and eastern Africa inhabiting wetlands, including human-disturbed areas and still pools with low oxygen content.

Size: Males are around 2 inches long while females can be around 4 inches long.

Diet: Carnivore. Eats mainly arthropods like insects or crustaceans by scavenging.

Threat Level: Least Concern.

Facts: Their skin produces its own antibiotic that helps this frog heal wounds quickly.