We simply have to assume that at least one researcher made some reference to Harry Potter’s chocolate frogs when they found it.
Seven new frog species were discovered in all.
The saliva’s variable viscosity keeps the frog’s meal secured to its bungee cord–like tongue.
The Amazonian amphibian produces a chemical camouflage that renders it invisible to its aggressive ant neighbors.
Numbers of Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frogs are on the rise again in Yosemite National Park.
From burrowing in the soil to popping baby frogs out of their backs, the frogs in this list have some very strange habits.
As humans take up ever more space and urbanize the untamed wilderness, the animals that call these places home have a tough choice to make: move on to someplace else or adapt to their new surroundings.