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Amphibians

Frogs play a key role in many food webs, both as predators and as prey. By observing frog populations, we can get a good indication of the condition of the environment as frogs are highly sensitive to environmental change and any form of water or air pollution.

* animals usually seen at Walkabout Park.
** animals usually seen on Wild Sleep Out programs.
*** animals that only live wild so might not be seen.

 
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Red-Crowned Toadlet***

Although this frog is called a toadlet, it is in fact a frog. There are no native toads in Australia. This frog is only found within the Sydney sandstone ... More

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Eastern Dwarf Tree Frog***

This frog is small, as its name describes, growing to a tiny 2.5cm at adult size. This species is common and is found around bodies of .... More

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Peron's Tree Frog***

This frog is also known as an Emerald Spotted Tree Frog and grows to approx. 5cm. This species is found throughout New South Wales..... More

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Eastern Froglet***

The Eastern Froglet is a very common frog species of the Sydney region. It is often hard to see because of its small size of only 2.5cm at... More

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