Scientific Name: Xenopus wittei.
Common Name: De Witte’s Clawed Frog.
Difference in Sex:
Habitat: Highland swamps and lakes bordering Western Rift valley in south-western Uganda, Rwanda, and Kabasha Escarpment, eastern Congo. known from 1600-2600m in a wide range of aquatic habitats in disturbed areas, papyrus swamps and montane forest.
Habits: Totally aquatic. Tongue-less, feeds underwater by sweeping objects into mouth with arm movements.
Credits: Robert C. Drewes, PhD. Department of Herpetology. California Academy of Sciences.