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Australian Green Tree Frog (Litoria caerulea) is a species of tree frog native to Australia and New Guinea, with introduced populations in New Zealand and the United States.

To see a frog in your dream represents a potential for change or the unexpected. The frog may be a prince in disguise and thus signify transformation, renewal or rebirth. Alternatively, the frog symbolizes uncleanness or fertility.

Cannot wait for mine to get big like this - those eyes!

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

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

Whites Tree Frog- I used to have a few of these, kinda miss the little green fellas!

Green Tree Frog (Litoria caerulea) - Had one of these jump under my patio chair this morning. He was bigger then my hand. Then he hopped away into the trees.

Froggy style apartment living

Five Frogs sitting on lobster claw plants in sunny day. Relax with this nature photo.

How to Care for Green Tree Frogs -- via wikiHow.com

Care for Green Tree Frogs

How to Care for Green Tree Frogs. If you're interested in frogs, the American Green Tree Frog (Hyla cinerea) may be a good pet for you. Although you shouldn't handle them, tree frogs are cute and fun to watch.

Dapper gent: The Australian green tree frog was caught 'wearing' a snail on its head

Bismarc, tired of incessantly losing his cap, felt particularly satisfied with the suction action of his snappy snail sombrero

New blog post! Nature-in-verse: American Green Tree Frog

Look at the large toe pads. The American Green Tree Frog uses them to move from tree to tree and, while searching out insects, will do wild acrobatics from tree to branch to tree.

A 15-Year Friend: Caring for a Pet American Green Tree Frog

A 15-Year Friend: Caring for a Pet American Green Tree Frog

~~Three Reinwardt's flying frogs, commonly known as the black webbed tree frog or the green flying frog, pose for the camera | Hendy MP/Solent~~

Animal photos of the week: 30 January 2015

Who fancies a game of leap frog? Amphibians have fun Say cheese: The trio, pictured in Kalimantan Barat, in Indonesia, were happy to pose for the camera, with one offering up a big grin by waltermalan

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