AMPHIBIANS

LEOPARD FROG

The Navajo Zoo has several Leopard Frogs on exhibit in the Discovery Center. These frogs came to the Zoo in 2009, and share their exhibit with the Woodhouse's Toad. One of our Leopard Frogs is named Kermit, while the others have not been adopted through the Zoo's Adopt-an-Animal Program.

TIGER-SALAMANDER

COLLARED LIZARD

The Navajo Zoo has several Tiger Salamanders on exhibit in the Discovery Center. One of our salamanders is named Rum Tum, while the others have not been adopted through the Zoo's Adopt-an-Animal Program. Our salamanders spend much of their time burrowed under moss and pieces of tree bark in their exhibit.

WOODHOUSE-TOAD

WOODHOUSE TOAD

The Navajo Zoo has one Woodhouse's Toad that shares the exhibit with the Leopard Frogs, and two others with the Tiger Salamanders, in the Discovery Center. These Toads were found in the Chinle, AZ area and brought to the Zoo in October 2010 as a juveniles. Our toads are unnamed because they have not been adopted through the Zoo's Adopt-an-Animal Program.

SPADEFOOT TOADS

The Navajo Zoo has two Spadefoot Toads that share the exhibit with the Tiger Salamanders in the Discovery Center. These toads were found near the Zoo grounds during summer rains storms in Window Rock, AZ. These toads are rarely seen by our visitors since they stay buried most of the year.