Acquired: Pet store,
Worked with pet (didn’t own)
Wiltshire, United Kingdom
Posted May 14, 2012
Most frog breeds are quite large and comedically 'chubby' looking - but these are a lot smaller and make a perfect addition to any ornamental or personal collection of animals. Definitely not recommended to handle them as they contain toxins within their skin, but if you're looking for a frog which looks nice then look no further.
One thing that was particularly appealing about these frogs, to me, is their appearance. Their yellow and black dotted skin amongst the enclosure looks fantastic. They're also not very noisy compared to other frog species which can tend to croak very loudly at around food time. They can be quite hard to obtain due to their rarity (in the UK at least) but certain specialist breeders will sell them.