Scientific Name: Litoria caerulea
Found In: moist forested and seasonally dry or wet areas in Australia and southern New Guinea
Size: 3 – 4.5. inches
Diet: Omnivore: moths, locusts, roaches, small frogs and small mammals that can fit in their mouth
Threat Level: Least Concern
Facts: During the dry season, they cover themselves in a cocoon of sloughed skin and mucus and burrow to keep moist.