The turtle frog looks a bit like a shell-less turtle and is found in Western Australian. It has a small head, short limbs, and a round body and grows up to 1.8 in long.
Turtle Frog Funny Facts
The turtle frog is usually found beneath logs and rocks in sandy soil, often associated with termite colonies. This species is one of the few frogs that skips the tadpole stage and can inhabit sandy areas without free standing water.