Frogs | Namibia
Introduction: Boettger's caco (Cacosternum boettgeri) are named after the German herpetologist Oscar Boettger of the Senckenberg Museum. Features include narrow heads and a long neck. Habitats include Nama Karoo, succulent Karoo, thicket and grassland. Abundant in grassland areas but absent from forest and true desert. Also known as Dainty Frogs.
Diet: Insects and spiders.
Colouration: Emerald-green to light to dark brown upperparts, decorated with a number of spots or stripes. The underside has small grey to black spots.
Breeding: Tadpoles grow up to 28mm. Eggs hatch within 2 days with the metamorphose being completed in about 21 days.
Maximum size: 23mm.
40 Room lodge only 4km from the park. Offers self catering units and a restaurant
Situated inside the Etosha Park some of the units available here offer self catering opportunities
Extremely busy accommodation inside the park with a good spot-lit waterhole, great choice if location is deciding factor on where to stay