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Green tree frogs belong to a group of animals called amphibians, which are represented by three orders: Anura (Frogs and Toads), Urodela (Newts and Salamanders) and Apoda (burrowing worm-like creatures).
There are over 200 species of frogs known in Australia, with approximately 114 species living in Queensland.
Some other frog fact...hm ..may be usefull :-)))
"You have to kiss more than one frog to find your prince."
They look rather comfortable, even being green, and they are posing proudly for a very nice picture, so they can be contend with their greenness :-) In the Amazone they can have almost any colour, but most of them are poisonous, and definitely not to be kissed. Just thinking - that would be a tragic story, being a prince transformed into a poison dart frog, killing the princess who finally kisses him, kind of a Stephen King version of the fairytale :-) ... Better kiss domestic frogs :-)
All the best
Thank you so much Andrejc for proposing my little froggies...maybe they will not turn into a prince but a star instead :-) Anyway very honoured....thank you all for your votes.Have a lovely week. Greetings from sunny Queensland. Katarina
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i were a frog -
i'm not very photogenic
but at least i might be kissed
by a beautiful young princess
with a camera . . .
and a woof! to chuckie