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Golden Bell Frog (Litoria aurea)
Growling Grass Frog
These frogs vary in coloration from splendid to boring. They seem to adapt to their surroundings. The particular "Golden" color comes from yellowish accents along the sides of their bodies...surprisingly, the "golden" color really looks like 14k Gold!! Yet, this color fades and shines depending upon tank temp and mood. If they are agitated, the color is washed out. If the tank is too cold, they turn very dark. These frogs can grow quickly! In the first month, the Bell Frog can double in size.
Rate:  (2.2)
Location: Amphibians
Elf Owl (Micrathene whitneyi)
Order: Strigiformes, Family: Strigidae
The elf owl is the smallest owl in North America. It is the size of a sparrow, with a rounded head and body. It has a short tail, sturdy unfeathered legs and big yellow eyes. With a wingspan of 9 inches, the elf owl measures 5 to 6 inches tall and weighs 1 to 1.4 ounces. It has pale, grayish-brown plumage with a row of white spots and white and buff barring on its flight feathers. Its face has no marks except for thin, pale eyebrow lines.
Location: Birds & Bats
Barn Owl (Tyto alba)
Order: Strigiformes, Family: Tytonidae
Palearctic, Nearctic, Oriental, Ethiopian, Neotropical, Australian: The Barn owl is found on every continent except Antarctica. In the Americas, barn owls inhabit all of South America and all of North America except Canada. In Europe, the species ranges from southern Spain to southern Sweden and east to Russia. It also is found throughout Africa, except for in the Sahara.
Location: Birds & Bats

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