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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

World's Most Unique and Weirdest Aqualand Animals

World's Most Unique and Weirdest Aqualand Animals 


Looking for the most unusual and one-of-a-kind pet? Here are a handful of the most unusual and odd-looking amphibians - perfect for amphibian keepers and lovers.


Take a look at the most unusual and one-of-a-kind pet aqualand animals in the world. These creatures are truly the most unusual and odd-looking amphibians - perfect for amphibian keepers and lovers.

1. Budgett's Frog (Lepidobatrachus laevis)

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This amphibian is also called Escuerzo or Wide-mouth frog, an endangered species of frog due to habitat loss. It is native to Argentina, Paraguay and Bolivia and lives on dry savanna, dry shrub land, freshwater marshes and ponds. Budgett's frogs are very rare to find in a traditional chain pet shop. Due to their comical appearance, they are attractive to amphibian keepers. This frog is aggressive and has been known to bite when cornered by a human or predator

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