Wallace’s Flying Frog (Rhacophorus Nigropalmatus)

Wallace’s Flying Frog (Rhacophorus Nigropalmatus) * Family: Rhacophoridae, * Subfamily: Rhacophorinae, * Genus: Rhacophorus, * Species: R. nigropalmatus, * Class: Amphibia, * Subclass: Lissamphibia, * Order: Anura, * Type: Amphibian, * Diet: Carnivore, * Size: 4 in (10 cm), * Group name: Army. ** Did you know? The Wallace’s flying frog is named for the 19th-century British naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace, who first described the species in 1869. *** Also known as parachute frogs, Wallace’s flying frogs inhabit the dense tropical jungles of Malaysia and Borneo. They live almost exclusively in the trees, descending only to mate and lay eggs. More info: animals.nationalgeographic.com or animals.nationalgeographic.com or en.wikipedia.org

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