Trichobatrachus robustus is known as the hairy frog or the wolverine frog.
It's a largish frog with hair-like structures towards the posterior. So what are they for? the structures are filled with blood vessels which absorb oxygen. They are basically like land gills. They also have bone-like structures which grow out of their hands earning their name the wolverine frog.
The hairy frog is from Central Africa.
Species: Trichobatrachus robustus