New Species of Thumbnail-Size Frogs Discovered In India
Indian scientists have found the smallest frogs in the world – new frog species that can sit comfortably on your fingernail or coin. Four species of the new frogs were discovered in the Western Ghats of India, where three new species had earlier been found before. The frogs were found to belong to the genus Nyctibatrachus or night frogs after five years of extensive exploration.
Michigan Wants Volunteers to Survey Toads and Frogs Again This Year
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is requesting for individual volunteers to help out with its yearly frog and toad survey. The main aim of this annual event is to help the state determine the population and growth amphibians in the state. Volunteers will only need to listen to frog calls during the breeding season and identify their species and numbers.
Frog's Tongue Mystery Explained, Super-Adhesive Power Cracked By Scientists
A frog's insect-catching prowess is finally explained, and their amazing ability lies in their spit. A frog's saliva has a unique feature which makes it hard for its prey to escape.
Odd couple shared 250-million year old nest
An amphibian and a precursor to mammals that co-habitated a nest, 250 million years ago, have just been discovered, making them an old, odd couple.
Bullfrogs not immune to deadly fungus they spread
Bullfrogs may die of the deadly fungus they themselves spread, a new study suggests.
Northeast India home to legless amphibians
Researchers have discovered three new legless amphibian species in the forests of northeast India.
Frogs And Toads Are Dying Like Flies: End Of The World?
Amphibian population in the world is decreasing rapidly, suggesting a collapse in the ecosystem balance, a study claims.