Translucent Leaping Creatures: The Most Awesome and Coolest-Looking Glass Frogs Two
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Translucent Leaping Creatures: The Most Awesome and Coolest-Looking Glass Frogs Two

A sequel to the article entitled “See-Through Leaping Creatures: The Most Awesome and Coolest-Looking Glass Frogs”.

A sequel to the article entitled “See-Through Leaping Creatures: The Most Awesome and Coolest-Looking Glass Frogs”.

Glass Frog (Hyalinobatrachium pellucidum)

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The Glass Frog is tiny and unique frog species native to Ecuador. This frog which is about the size of a fingernail belongs to the Centrolenidae family. It lives on tropical and subtropical rivers and mountains. It is also known as See-through Frog

Hyalinobatrachium ruedai

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The unique-looking Hyalinobatrachium ruedai is species native to Colombia. It belongs to the Centrolenidae family and inhabits tropical and subtropical forests and rivers.

Centrolene prosoblepon

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The weird-looking Centrolene prosoblepon is a unique species that can be found in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama. Tropical and subtropical forests and rivers are its natural habitat.

Hyalinobatrachium uranoscopum

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The peculiar-looking Hyalinobatrachium uranoscopum is a frog species of the Centrolenidae family. It can be found in the South American countries of Argentina and Brazil where it inhabits tropical and subtropical forests, rivers and mountains. Like many frog species it is threatened by loss of habitat.

Hyalinobatrachium eurygnathum

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Hyalinobatrachium eurygnathum is a unique frog species native to Brazil. It belongs to the Centrolenidae family and lives on tropical and subtropical rivers and mountains. Like many other frog species, it is threatened by loss of habitat.

Centrolene buckleyi

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This cute-looking frog called Centrolene buckleyi is a very rare species that can be found in Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. It belongs to the Centrolenidae family and inhabits tropical and subtropical grasslands and rivers.

Hyalinobatrachium colymbiphyllum

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Colombia, Costa Rica and panama are the countries where you can found the Hyalinobatrachium colymbiphyllum. This unique frog species of the Centrolenidae family lives in tropical and subtropical forests and rivers.

Boophis viridis

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The big-eyed Boophis viridis is a uniquely-colored species of the Mantellidae family. This threatened species due to loss of habitat is native to Madagascar. It inhabits tropical and subtropical rivers and forests.

Centrolene paezorum

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The odd-looking Centrolene paezorum is a frog species native to Colombia. This frog of the Centrolenidae family lives in tropical and subtropical rivers and mountains.

Boophis tasymena

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The cool-looking Boophis tasymena is a species native to Madagascar. It belongs to the Mantellidae family and inhabits tropical and subtropical forests and rivers. Boophis tasymena is threatened by loss of habitat.

Green Skeleton Frog (Boophis jaegeri)

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The Green Skeleton Frog is a unique frog species native to Madagascar. This frog that belongs to the Mantillidae family inhabits tropical and subtropical rivers, plantations and forests. This unique-looking frog is threatened by loss of habitat.

Boophis andreonei

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The cool-looking Boophis andreonei is a frog species of the Mantillidae family. This unique leaping creature is native to Madagascar. The natural habitat of this threatened species due to habitat loss includes tropical and subtropical forests and rivers.

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So green. Another beautiful collection Nobert.

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