Bede's Welcomes New Tree Frogs to School Zoo


Bede’s bespoke Animal Management Unit currently hosts over 70 species of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, fish and invertebrates.

Back in September, the zoo was extended with six brand-new enclosures and recently we welcomed five tree frogs.


The Australian Green Tree Frog, also known as White's Tree Frog and the Dumpy Tree Frog, is a species of frog native to Australia and New Guinea. We are delighted to have had five of these donated to us by a private breeder to enable us to start our own breeding group at the School Zoo.

They are proving to be a popular addition to our zoo and are easily identifiable by their facial expression, notably their sleepy-looking eyes and smiling mouth!


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