Thanks to some sharp spotting by a resident, we received a frog on Jan 6th that has tumours growing out of its mouth. We are arranging for a biopsy to be done since this is a tumour type we have not tested before. It is another reminder that no matter where you are, please keep a lookout for frogs that have any kind of lumps anywhere on the body. If you see one, use gloves or a plastic bag stretched over your hand to pick it up, place in a plastic container with an air hole and a tiny bit of water (not tap water) and bring indoors before contacting us. UPDATE: the lab results are in - it is squamous cell carcinoma (the first we've received in the Common Green tree frog) - see our Cancer page in the Health section for more info.