Ranavirus may be partly to blame for dwindling frog populations.
Find out everything there is to know about amphibians and stay updated on the latest amphibian news with the comprehensive articles, interactive features and amphibian pictures at LiveScience.com. Learn more about these fascinating creatures as scientists continue to make amazing discoveries about amphibians.
With the increase of cross-species disease it is important to understand how disease, species-interactions and biodiversity interact.
Lab animals aren't the only ones that run on exercise wheels. Motion-activated cameras captured mice, rats, frogs and even slugs using wheels in the wild.
Combating concerns that lab mice only run on wheels because they're stir crazy, a new study finds that wild mice (and frogs, voles, shrews and slugs) will voluntarily run on wheels in the wild.
For reptiles and amphibians, southern Peru's Manu National Park is the most diverse protected area on the planet.
A new type of toad species was discovered hiding in the Peruvian Andes. See its unique “dead-leaf pattern.”
From the poison dart frog to the Mexican dumpy frog, this gallery showcases these amphibians in all their wacky splendor.