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The Desert Rain Frog

The desert rain frog, Breviceps macrops, is a species of frog in the family Microhylidae. It is found in Namibia and South Africa. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry shrubland and sandy shores. It is threatened by habitat loss.

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21 Times Frogs Were Relatable AF

The Black Rain Frog (Breviceps fuscus) is a species of frog in the Brevicipitidae family. It is endemic to South Africa. Its natural habitats are temperate forests and Mediterranean-type shrubby vegetation. It is threatened by habitat loss

Namaqua Rain Frog... visit The Featured Creature to hear its too-cute-for-words squeak!

20 Rain Frogs That Have Had It With This Week

This Namaqua Rain Frog Looks and Sounds Just Like a lil Squeaky Toy! - The Featured Creature

DESERT RAIN FROG This adorable species of frog is native to South Africa and Namibia. As a mating call, the frog can emit a very high-pitched whistle, making it look and sound like some kind of squeak toy. They are currently considered vulnerable, with their population experiencing a decline due to extensive mining.  7 Little-Known Animals Who Are Delightfully Weird

7 Little-Known Animals Who Are Delightfully Weird

7 Little-Known Animals Who Are Delightfully Weird Desert Rain Frog

Desert Rain Frog

Rain Frog "Breviceps adspersus" Found near Kruger National Park, South Africa, during a rain storm

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Desert Rain Frog

Image: Dean Boshoff Breviceps namaquensis It's the Namaqua Rain Frog. Gaze upon his mighty girth and weep, puny human.

20 Rain Frogs That Have Had It With This Week

20 Rain Frogs That Have Had It With This Week

Whatever happened this week, you& probably handling it better than these rain frogs.

The Desert Rain Frog is an unusual little frog native to a small area in Namibia and South Africa. It has eyes that buldge out of its head, a short snout and limbs, and a puffed up appearance. But what is most peculiar to this species is their high-pitched distress call that most resembles a squeaky pet toy!

The Desert Rain Frog, worlds cutest frog

African bull frog

African Pixie Frog [African Bullfrog] African Bull Frogs, also known as the Pixie frog, (which was derived from its genus name, not because it's cute as a fairy!) is the largest frog in South Africa.

The Black Rain Frog

Funny pictures about The Black Rain Frog Has A Hilarious Face. Oh, and cool pics about The Black Rain Frog Has A Hilarious Face. Also, The Black Rain Frog Has A Hilarious Face photos.

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