Vietnamese tree frogs (Theloderma corticale) are masters of camouflage and can be incredibly difficult to spot when still. They are often mistaken for a lump of moss thanks to their green colouring with black spots, along with their bumpy skin texture. They will often hide in small puddles of water, with only their eyes above the surface. This means they can keep watch of their surroundings without being seen.
Insectivores- crickets, mealworms, roaches
Flooded caves and rocky stream banks in northern Vietnam
Vietnamese mossy frogs can throw their voices up to 4 meters away, making them even more challenging to find in the wild.
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