DAY 3- Green Tree frog Litoria caerulea
Green Tree Frogs are the most widespread species of frog found in all states except Victoria and Tasmania. They are often found in suburban gardens, drain pipes and toilets but naturally live in trees. After rain they breed in temporary ponds. Females are larger than their male counterparts, growing up to 12 cm, however it’s the males that do all the calling. Frogs mainly feed on insects, but larger frogs, like the Green Tree Frog have been known to eat bats, snakes and other frogs too.
Video by Marie Dolley.