The Corroboree Frogs can also be known as Pseudophryne pengilleyi.
The Corroboree frogs only grow up to around 25mm in length.
The Southern Corroboree frog is only found in a very small area (about 400 sq kms) of snowgum woodlands and sphagnum bogs in Kosciuszko National Park in New South Wales, in the area in which these frogs live is very cold.
The frog is only found in areas which are higher than 1300 metres high. There are just 3 main populations of Corroborree Frog: the Snowy Mountains, Fiery Range and the Brindabella Range.
The population of the Corroboree Frogs is thought to be decreasing, there are between 1,000 - 5,000 adult Corroboree Frogs in Australia and it is thought to be Australia's most endangered frog.