Rhacophoridae

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Rhacophoridae

[‚rak·ō′fȯr·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
A family of arboreal frogs in the suborder Diplasiocoela.
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The intercepted wildlife species consisted of 20 lizards (dragon and geckos), four snakes and 10 Moss frogs, which were concealed in shoeboxes in the luggage of a female passenger who arrived from Bangkok on Dec.
In a statement, the BOC said a female passenger arriving from Bangkok, Thailand, at the Naia Terminal 2 on December 6, attempted to bring into the country 20 lizards, four snakes and 10 moss frogs.