Mozambique Rain Frog

Mozambique Rain Frog

The Mozambique Rain Frogs are inhabitants are the wild inhabitants in different countries in the continent of Africa. They have round body, a blunt snout and bulging eyes.

Scientific Name Brevicepsmossambicus

Classification – Breviceps

Baby Names – Tadpole, polliwog, froglet

Collective Noun – Army, knot

Length/Size – 2-3 inches

Mating Season  Only during rainy season

Special Features  Have a flat face unlike most other frog species

Geographical Distribution – Southern and central Africa extending from Congo and Tanzania in the north to South Africa in the south

Natural Habitat – Savannah, bushy areas, open woodland, especially in the moister regions

Conservation Status – Least Concern

Diet – Small invertebrates, but they prefer mostly termites

Predators – Large frogs, snakes