Search begins for potentially extinct amphibians around the world.
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Results from a national survey of frog populations could be skewed by observers' errors, a study finds.
Female cane toads inflate their bodies to thwart sex. These inflatable toads can decide the father in this strange animal sex act.
Male red-eyed treefrogs shake their bodies violently to send vibrations to another male, letting him know who's boss.
African clawed frogs have more in common with humans than you might think, according to their newly sequenced genome.
A neon slug that shoots love darts and a color-changing frog are just a couple of the 123 species discovered in the Borneo rainforests.
The pesticide atrazine can turn male frogs into females that are able to mate and successfully reproduce
New research has figured out how "super-sleeper" animals conserve energy in the absence of food and water.
The single species of Irish frogs apparently endured that extreme climate event whereas those on Britain retreated.
American Museum of Natural History biologists and colleagues have radically revised understanding of amphibian evolution with a whole new taxonomy system.
Red-eyed treefrog embryos behaviorally rotate inside their eggs to position gills where oxygen levels are highest.