Turtle frog, Myobatrachus gouldii

Greg Harold and AUSCAPE

Frogs & Friends

Frogs & Friends
Berlin, Germany

A strange creature! But this odd, flat-figured frog, whose 5 cm-long body really looks a lot like a turtle shell with fat legs protruding from it, is perfectly adapted to life in the deserts of Central Australia. It spends almost all year underground and feeds off of termites.


  • Title: Turtle frog, Myobatrachus gouldii
  • Creator: Greg Harold, AUSCAPE
  • Physical Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Original Source: Frogs & Friends

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