A badgerfrog is mostly brown with a green underside. It has white markings on the top of its head running down its back and along its limbs and muzzle. Its forefeet have four toes each while its hind feet each had four long, sharp claws. It has yellow-green eyes, with odd cross-shaped pupils.
At first look, the badgerfrog seems cute and harmless, but if cornered by a predator, it will defend itself by hopping, clawing, and biting angrily. Badgerfrogs seem to enjoy sounds, and they may stay at a certain spot if it knows it will be hearing speech or conversation.