Mountain Chicken Frog (Leptodactylus fallax)
The 3D-printable Mountain Chicken Frog (Leptodactylus fallax) is a rare and endangered species native to the Caribbean islands of Dominica and Montserrat. Standing at up to 8 inches in length, this large frog is known for its distinctive, deep-sounding call, which sounds like a loud chicken clucking. With its realistic, detailed design, our 3D-printable Mountain Chicken Frog makes the perfect addition to any collection or educational display. Simply download the file, print using your favorite 3D printer, and paint for a one-of-a-kind replica of this fascinating species.
This is a digital file ready to be 3D printed and painted by you!
Introducing the 3D-printable Mountain Chicken Frog STL file! This stunning model accurately captures the unique features of the Mountain Chicken Frog (Leptodactylus fallax), one of the largest species of frog in the world. The model is life-sized, allowing you to print a frog that is truly impressive in size.
But what truly makes the Mountain Chicken Frog special is its fascinating biology. These endangered frogs are found on the Caribbean islands of Dominica and Montserrat and are known for their distinctive, deep, chicken-like calls. Populations are declining due to habitat destruction and the spread of the chytrid fungus.
With a little bit of work and painting, you can have your very own Mountain Chicken Frog to display and appreciate. Simply download the STL file and start printing today! The digital files are scaled to life-size and ready for you to print and paint.
This Mountain Chicken has a snout-vent length of about 17.6cm, which is typical for adult specimens of this species.
Our tested print settings
We successfully printed this model in PLA on an FDM printer using these settings:
- Nozzle size: 0.4mm
- Layer height: 0.12
- Wall thickness: 1.2mm
- Infill: 10% grid
- Support material: True
We oriented the print as-is. You might want to think about using a raft to prevent elephants foot if your printer isn’t set up perfectly.
Feel free to use these settings as a guide or use your own preferred settings. They’re just the settings that we used when printing.