Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Maud island frog

Maud Island frogs are native to New Zealand, and they are different to other frogs.

This frog lives in Marlborough sounds and under logs rocks and on steep hills and damp places and in bushes. They don’t live in water they live above water.

Maud Island frogs eat beetles insects and larvae and worms most frogs catch
their food with their tongues But Maud island frog pounces on its prey
and gobbles it.

Maud island frogs enemies are lizards but the problem is the rats disease and the Maud island frogs are dying

I feel sorry for these frogs because they are nearly extinct.