Wallace's flying frog

 Age: Not sure

 Length: 3 inches

 Weight: 1/2 ounce

 Born: In the wild

 In the wild: These frogs live in trees in tropical rain forests in Malaysia and Borneo.

 Family: They like to lay eggs in the smelly wallowing holes of the Asian rhinoceros. This rhino is almost extinct, which could hurt this frog.

 Food: In the wild, bugs. At the zoo, crickets.

 Fun fact: By stretching out skin between their toes and along their sides, they can glide 50 feet through the air.

Click below to listen to zookeeper Dave Messman tell you more about Wallace's flying frogs.

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