A cryptid from North Cameroon, the Blue-Nosed Frog has only one significant sighting. Jonathan Downes found several of these tree frogs for sale at an animal fair in Newton Abbot, Devon, England, in July 1997. Later on, he discovered that there was no such frog known to science. They are likely related to the Flashlight Frogs.

Appearance & DescriptionEdit

Blue-Nosed Frogs are small, green tree frogs. The ends of their noses glow blue.


Bioluminescense (where animals or plants generate light) is entirely possible in frogs. Another cryptid with a bioluminescent nose is the Flashlight Frog, and because the two are natives to the same region, they are likely related.