Malagasy rainbow frog is a frog that lives in dry forests of Madagascar's rocky Isalo Massif, where it breeds in shallow temporary ponds found in the valley. This species is well adapted to climbing in rocky environments, and even on vertical surfaces! When threatened, this frog will develop itself as a defense mechanism against predators.
2. Transparent Frogs
Hyalinobatrachium pellucidum, also called glass or crystal frog because my friend could see through the transparent flesh. This species is not new, but they certainly are threatened with extinction, so the findings are encouraging for the environment.
3. Atelopus Frog
Atelopus frog is known by many names such as frogs clown or Variable Harlequin Toad of Costa Rica. Frogs, these are the kind of neo-tropical frogs that used to live quite widely spread throughout Costa Rica and Panama. The species is critically endangered and is now only a few mainly left only in Panama.
4. Smallest frog world
This frog found in southern Peru Andes Mountains, with altitudes between 9925 and 10,466 feet above sea level.
5. World's Largest Frog
Goliath frog or Conraua goliath frog is the largest remaining species on Earth. This frog can grow to 13 inches (33 centimeters) long from snout to tail, and weighs up to 8 lb (3 kg). This frog has a relatively small habitat range, mainly in West Africa (near Gabon). Goliath frog can live to 15 years. Goliath frog eat scorpions, insects and small frogs. These frogs have sharp hearing but had no vocal sac.
6. Red Frog Mantel
Having a Red Coat orange / red on the dorsal surface / body. This small frog, reaching a size of 2.5 cm (1 in.) in length. This size is small, this frog is a terrestrial frog native to Madagascar.
7. Toxic Frog
Poisonous toadstools with colors like sapphire blue, is the common name of a group of frogs in the family Dendrobatidae, which is native frogs of Central and South America. Unlike most frogs, the species active in the daytime, and often shows bright-colored body.
Although all dendrobatids at least somewhat toxic in the wild, the level of toxicity varies from one species to the next, and from one population to another. Many species are critically endangered. Amphibians are often called "dart frogs" by a native indian by the use of their toxic secretions to poison the tip of his arrow.
8. Frog Pillow
Frog pillow can grow to six inches long and inhabit Uruguay, Brazil and northern Argentina. While it may look like bearing silent, but the frog was quick in attacking lizards, small rodents, birds, other frogs.
9. Darwin's frog
Chile Darwin's frog is regularly seen until around 1978, but did not appear again and it seems to have disappeared, and now possibly extinct species.
This species, which live in leaf litter on the forest floor, has an unusual method in terms of parenting her children, male taking eggs from the nest into his vocal sac where they hatch into tadpoles after about eight days.
When he began to feel the newly hatched tadpoles wriggling, male frogs bring them into the river where he took off a young frog and here they completed metamorphosis.
10. Vietnam Frog
Theloderma corticale, or Vietnamese mossy frog, the frog species in the family Rhacophoridae. This frog is found in Vietnam and possibly China. Its natural habitat subtropical or tropical lowland forest humid, live in fresh water, and rocky areas.
Common name of mossy frogs arise from the fact that the skin is mottled green and black that resembles moss grows on rocks, and an effective form of camouflage or disguise.