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Bornean rock frogs live in a constantly noisy environment. This makes communication through vocalization virtually impossible. For this reason, the frogs communicate using body language. They wave using their arms and legs or resonate their air sacs. Both males and females have a repertoire of moves that
|Classification||Order: anurans; family: true frogs (Ranidae)|
|Diet||Invertebrates such as insects and worms|
|Habitat||Clear, fast-flowing mountain streams in tropical forests, near waterfalls|
|Reproduction||Egg deposition and larvae development takes place in water|