Red-Eyed Tree Frog
One of the most iconic and colourful amphibians in the world, this frog has bright green skin with blue and yellow stripes and stunning red eyes. It lives in the rainforests of Central and South America.
This frog is named for its transparent skin, which allows you to see its internal organs, bones, and blood vessels. It lives in the trees of the tropical rainforests of Central and South America.
Amazon Milk Frog
This frog is a large and impressive amphibian that can grow up to 10 cm in length. It lives in the upper canopy of the Amazon rainforest, where it feeds on insects and spiders.
Giant African Bullfrog
This frog is the largest and heaviest frog in Africa and one of the largest in the world. It lives in the savannas and grasslands of southern Africa, where it burrows underground and hibernates during the dry season.
Poison Dart Frog
This frog is one of the most poisonous animals in the world, as it has a potent toxin in its skin that can kill or paralyse predators. It lives in the humid forests of Central and South America.
Riggenbach Reed Frog
The Riggenbach red frog is a small to medium-sized amphibian that can be found in parts of Africa. It relies on heat from its surroundings to regulate its body temperature to survive in hot and arid climates.
Dyeing Poison Dart Frog
This particular frog is native to Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, and Venezuela. Its poison is made up of a compound called tetrodotoxin, which is also present in pufferfish and blue-ringed octopuses.
Three-Striped Poison Frog
The three-striped poison frog is renowned for its stunning appearance. In terms of morphology, there is no explicit sexual differentiation in this species, although females tend to be slightly larger.
Yellow Banded Poison Dart Frog
The yellow-banded poison dart frog is native to the northern rainforests of South America. They have black bodies adorned with striking yellow markings, giving them the nickname "bumblebee poison frog".
Mimic Poison Frog
Despite its small stature, this frog is found in the damp montane forests at elevations of 4,900 to 8,200 feet. A remarkable feature of this frog is its ability to mimic other poison frogs.