White's treefrogs are originally from Australia and New Guinea. These large-bodied treefrogs live amicably in small groups. The only challenge is keeping their cages clean. In the wild, White's treefrogs, like other treefrogs, live slightly away from standing water. They are found in marshes and near human habitation areas like drain pipes, bathrooms, and on porches. Be careful not to make their environment too moist. If it is, they could get a hard-to-cure black skin fungus or a bacterial "red-leg" infection.
To learn more about this frog, please read Choosing a White's Treefrog.