Four newly discovered frog species from India are small enough to perch on a thumbnail with room to spare.
Some of the smallest known frogs in the world were recently discovered following a five-year survey in India.
If predators come calling, a red-eyed tree frog embryo can drop out of its egg to safety in a matter of seconds.
These images reveal the Bombay night frogs have seven mating positions, with one that was just discovered in which the male is loosely draped over the female.
A critically endangered frog, whose juices are used in virility shakes, finds a new home in captivity, but will researchers be able to save the species?
Also referred to as scrotum frogs, these critically endangered amphibians are the main ingredient in virility shakes.
For the first time, scientists have unearthed and examined the elusive, underground-dwelling tadpoles of the Indian dancing frog.
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