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A "flying" frog is a frog that has the ability to glide. They live their life in trees, high above the ground.
Flying frogs includes members of the following genera:
References[change | change source]
- Oliver, J.A. (1951). "'Gliding' in amphibians and reptiles, with a remark on an arboreal adaptation in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis carolinesis Voigt." The American Naturalist, 85(822), 171-176.