Like the ornate horned frog, this turtle frog is very, um, plump. It resembles a turtle without a shell and is found in Western Australia. Its scientific name is Myobatrachus gouldii. Its size can range between 5 cm to 2 in. long. It has a small head and reduced eyes, unlike other frogs. This frog species is not threatened.

Picture by Paul Morris.

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