The inch-long species, scientifically named Hyalinobatrachium dianae, joins Costa Rica's 13 other glass frogs.
A fingernail-size frog that can morph its skin texture from spiny to smooth in just minutes is the first shape-shifting amphibian ever found, according to a new report.
Outside the world of cartoons and children's books, the frog color palette is much more than green.
A new species of frog has hopped onto the radar of researchers in Bangladesh. The frogs were discovered after the researchers noticed their unusual breeding habits, according to a new study.
A newly described species of frog is the only frog known to give birth to live tadpoles, researchers say.
Its distinctive mating call helps scientists distinguish the creature from already known frogs with which it was often confused.
Not unlike humans, male tree frogs call on females to begin the mating game, and females prefer long calls.
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