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Behold, the tapir frog’s magnificent snout
Long snoot, small squeak.
The next generation of skincare might come from frog foam
Túngara frogs protect their eggs with a special foam that scientists want to use for future, long-acting topical antibiotics.
New Guinea has ‘chocolate’ frogs, but they’re not for eating
The new amphibian is definitely not a Harry Potter snack.
This adorable new toadlet has glowing bones
It's a wonderful addition to the Brachycephalus family.
Treefrogs have noise-cancelling headphones built into their ears
Serendipitously, scientists have discovered a way that frogs have evolved to hear the calls of their own species more clearly.
What hundreds of pickled frog carcasses can tell us about their enormous eyes
Frogs have the biggest eyes of any vertebrate in relation to their body size. Researchers are just starting to understand why.
This scientist thought he’d found the source of all sexual energy
And other strange facts from The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week.
Longterm polyamory seems to work just fine for these frogs
The male rainforest frog Thoropa taophora is the first amphibian known to be faithful to several ladies.
How these foot-long, 7-pound frogs got so jacked
When leg day is a matter of life or death.
This island is many frogs’ last hope for surviving the world’s deadliest pathogen
New Guinea is the last place the deadly chytrid fungus hasn't reached.