African Bullfrogs are often eaten in rural communities.
Angolan Reed frogs typically inhabit rivers and streams in savannahs.
Features of Banded Rubber frogs include elongated and flattened bodies.
Beaded Sand frog's (Tomopterna tuberculosa) have small round warts.
Features include an elongated body and pointed snout.
Typical habitats are usually in savannah and open woodland.
Habitats include Nama Karoo, succulent Karoo, thicket and grassland.
To avoid danger, they with jump away from water when disturbed.
Bubbling Kassinas are usually found in grassland.
They have characteristic hardened, horny projections on each heel.
The Platanna are found below water in pools, dams and vleis.
Common Riverfrogs were first recorded in Angola.
They occur in seasonal water bodies within their distribution range.
Damaraland Sand frogs inhabit arid wooded savannah.
This species is never far from dams, streams or vleis.
Desert Rain frogs have a stout body with short legs.
Dombe Pygmy toad's have flattened and slender bodies.
Dwarf Grass frogs can be observed in savannah woodlands and grassland.
They have small bodies, with a fleshy, pointed snout.
Features include a thickset body, large eyes and a blunt snout.
Flat-Backed toads favour shallow, or slow-moving water bodies.
When the Bullfrog is disturbed it will blow itself up and attack.
These grass frogs head for tufts of grass when disturbed.
They inhabit temporary pans formed in the rainy season.
Gutteral toads are so called because of their deep, throaty calls.
Hoesch's Pygmy toad occur in very dry areas with rocky outcrops.
Karoo Caco are restricted to habitats associated with dry Karoo.
The call of Kavango Pygmy toads is a series of short buzzes.
Knocking Sand frogs occur in a variety of habitats.
Features include a large body, with a narrow, pointed head.
Long reed frogs have long and prominent noses.
Mapacha Grass frogs were first found in the Mapache area.
Marbled Rubber frog have flattened, elongated bodies and small eyes.
Mascarene Grass frogs were first identified in the Mascarene Islands.
Mottled Shovel-Nosed frogs inhabit marshy grounds.
Tropical savannah is their favoured habitat.
Namaqua Caco are named after Namaqualand.
They inhabit bushveld vegetation and are associated with rocky outcrops.
They are a squat, heavily built amphibian that is attractively marked.
Peter's Platanna are named after the herpetologist, W.C.H. Peter's.
Plain Grass frogs inhabit savannah, open woodland and suburban areas.
They have powerful hind legs with a distinctively pointed snout.
Sharp-Nosed Reed frogs have narrow, pointed snouts.
Features include a small body and a stubby looking snout.
Snoring Puddle frogs are so called for their slow snoring calls.
Speckled-Bellied Grass frogs favour deep permanent water.
Spotted Rubber frog are often confused with the banded rubber frog.
Southern Foam Nest frog inhabit seasonal or permanent water bodies .
Their habitat range is wide and they are most common in Nama Karoo grassland.
Tremelo Sand frogs favour most habitats in grassland and savannah.
They usually occur around vleis and pans associated with thornveld savannah.
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