Reference They might look cute, but the toxins from a poison dart frog can be strong enough to kill several humans.
In two new studies, researchers identified more snakes that disembowel frogs to eat their organs, a gruesome habit that was only recently discovered.
An aquatic beetle species takes unusual action to escape digestion after being swallowed by frogs.
Remarkable images capture a wide range of spikes, spines, bumps and pits in the skulls of frogs.
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