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Such is “Toadzilla,” maybe the biggest frog in the world discovered in Australia

The enormous frog is nearly six times bigger than the average species of its species, weighing in at 2.7 kilos.

Australian A massive aga frog, sometimes known as a big frog, has been captured in Queensland’s Conway National Park, according to a release from the Queensland Department of Environment and Science on Friday.

According to the announcement from the ministry, forest ranger Kylee Gray, “I reached down and grabbed the frog, and I couldn’t believe how big and heavy it was.”

According to British broadcaster BBC, it might be the biggest frog in the world. The aga frog is nearly six times heavier than the typical member of the species, weighing 2.7 kilos. It must have been a very ancient person because giant scorpions can survive up to 15 years in the wild.

According to the BBC, the 2.65-kg Swedish pet frog Prinsen formerly held the title of largest frog in the world.

Kylee Gray, a forest ranger, displays a 2.7 kg aga frog. Queensland Department of Environment and Science, in picture

The newly discovered frog was given the Australian moniker Toadzilla in January after the monster from the Godzilla movie.

The frog had to be removed from the wild and put to death because poisonous frogs are a dangerous alien species in Australia. In addition to small animals, frogs also typically consume insects.

The world-record holder might be on exhibit in a nearby museum.

Agaconnia was initially brought to Australia in 1935 to consume the field insects that harmed the crops.

Since then, the number of frogs has increased, and the BBC estimates that there are more than two billion in the wild.

The aga frog found in the national park was a record size.

The aga frog found in the national park was a record size.

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