We have 2 African clawed frogs named Clyde and Seymour.
African clawed frog is a species of frog that is found in eastern and southern parts of Africa. This frog can survive in various habitats: from stagnant water to the fast flowing streams. During the summer, African clawed frogs are mainly located in warm rivers. They will move into the flooded forests during the rainy season. African clawed frogs are not listed as endangered species, but they are very sensitive to the pollution of the water. In other parts of the world, African clawed frog acts like invasive species that negatively affects other species in the freshwater ecosystems.Share