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Arizona Tree Frog

The Arizona tree frog became Arizona's official state amphibian in August 1986. This small frog is usually green but can also be gold or bronze. A dark stripe runs from the frog's nose through the eyes and along its sides. Arizona tree frogs can be found in wet meadows and grassy areas of mountain forests. They can climb as high as 75 feet in some trees.

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State Fossil: Petrified Wood 

Capital City: Phoenix (see map)

State Mammal: Ringtail

State Amphibian: Arizona Tree Frog

            

State Reptile: Ridge-nosed Rattlesnake

State Bird: Cactus Wren

State Tree: Palo Verde

State Fish: Apache Trout

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State Flower: Saguaro Cactus Blossom

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