Status: Currently trying to breed some.
Diet: in captivity, they will feed on small
Crickets and Fruit Flies.
Adult size: Some species get up to 8 cm
long, though am not sure if the maximum size for
Shovelnose frogs are found in both tropical and
subtropical countries, in Africa. Unlike most other
species of frogs, they use their nose to burrow
thru the ground, where other frogs use their hind
legs. When ready to mate a female will dig a burrow
and lay her eggs in it. Ones a rain season comes,
the female will dig a tunnel towards a water source.
The eggs can stay out of water up to a few days
at a time.