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Coqui

Eleuterodactylus Puertorrisencis

Description:

Small frog, usually about 2 inches long, but this was about 5 inches long. This purely Puerto Rican frog sings at dusk a loud "coqui coqui", hence it's name. It is the national animal of the island and a protected species.

Habitat:

The island of Puerto Rico

Notes:

Unlike frogs, coquis don't have webbed feet, so they can't swim.

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JavierAlicea
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JavierAlicea

San Sebasti√°n, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico

Spotted on Dec 17, 2013
Submitted on Dec 18, 2013

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