Endemic Animals of Hong Kong








Romer's tree frog
Romer's tree frog
Romer's tree frog is a species of frog endemic to Hong Kong. With an average snout-vent length of 1.5 – 2.5 cm, it is the smallest amphibian recorded in the territory. Despite its common name, it belongs to the family Rhacophoridae, instead of the Hylidae.
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Romer's tree frog
Megophrys brachykolos
Megophrys brachykolos
Megophrys brachykolos, the short-legged horned toad or Peak spadefoot toad, is a frog native to southern China and Vietnam. It was first discovered in the Victoria Peak, Hong Kong. Many populations of Hong Kong are in the country parks, such as Lung Fu Shan Country Park.
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Megophrys brachykolos
Indotyphlops lazelli
Indotyphlops lazelli
Indotyphlops lazelli, commonly known as the Hong Kong blind snake or Lazell's blind snake, is a species of snake in the family Typhlopidae. This species is characterized by having 18 scale rows. It is endemic to Hong Kong .
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Indotyphlops lazelli