Frogs

Bolivian biologists spent 10 years looking for a mate for a lovelorn frog they feared was the last of his kind.
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Scientists were thrilled to find the inch-long "cave squeaker" alive and well.
Toughie was believed to be the world's last Rabbs’ fringe-limbed tree frog.
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Each time we lose a species, we don't just lose a curious sight, we lose opportunities for medical research and a greater understanding of ourselves, we lose a link in the chain of our fragile ecosphere that protects our food, our water and our air.
Known for its striking day-glo coloring and the adorable waving motion it makes with its webbed hands, the golden frog represented hope and resilience and the enduring power of life for generations of Panamanians.
Playing fetch or taking a leisurely walk in the park doesn't seem to be enough for these clever creatures! Watch as they enjoy activities that are normally reserved for humans, such as skateboarding, "working" at the office or enjoying a nice bowl of soup. You won't be able resist laughing as you watch these adorable animals take on the tasks of their beloved masters.
Diseases are killing off many of Panama’s frog and salamander species. Are there enough animals left to breed them in captivity
At the risk of starting a scandal involving promiscuous sex and teenage pregnancy, I have been living in a cathouse for almost two decades. And the madam of the establishment was the mother of nine children.
The only thing "new" in this personal litany is to see it illumined by the emotionally hollow, worldly "new" that I witnessed on a long ago airplane ride. What is not new is how deeply satisfying I find my own treasures.
We all spend a fair amount of time staring at our smartphone screens, but these frogs might have us beat. In the video above