Animal Species:Tusked Frog
The Tusked Frog gets its name from the greatly enlarged pair of teeth in its lower jaw.
The Tusked Frog has rough, warty skin with an olive-covered back and black, white and red markings on its underside. Males use their 'tusks' to defend territory.
The Tusked Frog is found in coastal Queensland and New South Wales.
The Tusked Frog is difficult to find as it hides among vegetation and logs besides puddles, streams and ditches.
The Tusked Frog's call is a single 'tok' or 'cluck' repeated several times a minute.