Our Asian painted frogs are named Chubby and Tubby.
Status in the wild
The IUCN does not consider the Malaysian painted frog to be at risk. This frog lives in a large area, and the area is in good shape. Even though it is collected as food and is seen in the pet trade, the frog remains very common in the wild.
The Asian painted frog is native to Southeast Asia. They occur naturally in a wide variety of habitats, from populated villages, to rice fields, to leaf-covered forest floors.
Flies, crickets, moths, grasshoppers, earthworms and more.