Sichuan Narrow-mouthed Frog
Sichuan narrow-mouthed frog (Kaloula rugifera) is a species of frog in the family of Microhylidae found only in Sichuan province of China. They are cute little creatures with skin colors vary from brown, grey to olive green.
Sichuan narrow-mouthed frogs are nocturnal animals. Besides hiding inside cavities on the ground, they can also climb up trees and hide inside tree holes. During breeding season from June to August, they can also be found gathering near temporary pools and ponds.
From Eggs to Tadpoles
A female Sichuan narrow-mouthed frog can lay up to 3000 eggs in the water. Each egg has a dark yolk in the center, encapsulated by transparent jelly. It takes about 20 days for the eggs to develop into little frogs.