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Western Chorus Frog 101
This little frog also goes by the name Striped Chorus Frog and Midland Chorus Frog.
What sounds like a fingernail running across a comb? The Western Chorus Frog’s call. Cre-ee-ee-k!
This frog needs shallow water to thrive. Western Chorus Frogs are often happy to settle down for a while in flooded ditches or meadows — so long as they’ve got at least 10 centimetres of water or more.
Chorus The Western Frog is pretty in at tiny, weighing one gram.
The Western Chorus Frog is terrible at climbing and yet is a part of the tree frog family. That’s got to be confusing!
All frogs, including the Western Chorus Frog, have skin that soaks up everything it touches. That makes them vulnerable to harsh chemicals that might be in the water, like pesticides.