The Australian Green and Golden Bell Frogs are as the name suggests, the body is a light green with golden markings running down it's side and leg. They live in Australia, and belong to the tree frog group, even though they are rather large, bulky frogs and spend most of their time on the ground. They have been nicknamed the "growling grass frog" because of the male's unique call, a low growling sound. They are skilled climbers, especially considering their size, which usually measures from 5.3 to 7.3 centimetes. Australian green female frogs are pink with purple strips and males are red with black strips.