What’s long, green and goes hith? A snake with a lisp!
Possible identification: Eastern Dwarf Tree Frog (Litoria fallax) – also known as the Green Reed Frog. Please let me know if this is incorrect (location – coastal south-east Queensland)
There is a partially blind kangaroo who hangs around our garden – the blind eye looks blue and I call her Old Blue Eyes. I called her that when I thought she was a male, then one day I noticed she had a baby (a joey) in-pouch. That joey is out of the pouch now! […]
It was a full moon two nights ago (huge tide and more beach erosion!) and I heard a noise on the balcony. When I went to have a look I saw we had some nocturnal visitors – a family of Tawny Frogmouths. They aren’t owls (they are related) but sure look a lot like them. […]
My husband Andrew (aka Shirl) took another photo – this time borrowing Michael’s camera. I think Stafford might be right about the prodigy thing – haha. This is a Green Tree frog.
frog in dark foot on frog jumping in air!
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