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The Pacific treefrog or Pacific chorus frog is found in the United States in regions of the Pacific Northwest. It is a SMALL frog, an adult female is about 2 inches in length, a male is slightly smaller. Their color can vary from shades of green to brown, they have bumpy skin and round, sticky toe pads which helps them cling to plants. Contrary to their name they do not live in trees, they usually live on the ground in vegetation. In 2007, the State of Washington named the Pacific treefrog as the state's amphibian. P5080866


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