The green and golden bell frog is a ground-dwelling tree frog with smooth green skin and patterns of golden brown markings.
It has a creamy-gold stripe along the side of the body, from the eye to the hind legs. The inside of the thighs are distinctly coloured in turquoise-blue.
It is one of Australia’s largest frogs; females grow to an adult size of approximately 10 centimetres in length, and males up to eight centimetres.
The coin’s reverse features a coloured Green and Golden Bell Frog on a tree branch. The design includes the inscription GREEN AND GOLDEN BELL FROG.
The coin is issued as legal tender under the authority of the Government of Tuvalu.
No more than 5,000 of the Endangered and Extinct – Green and Golden Bell Frog 2017 1oz Silver Proof Coin will be released
Each coin is housed in a presentation case with a stylised shipper featuring stunning imagery, and is accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.