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"Also known as the pignose frog, it's an amhibian native to south western India" (i09).

12 Real Animals We Can't Believe Aren't Pokémon

Purple Frog - found in the Western Ghats in India. Species discovered by S.D. Biju and F. Bossyut in October 2003 and is unique to the geographic region. Spends most of its life underground and "sounds like a chicken"

And you thought having raccoons in your garbage was bad! - Coconut Crab

Coconut crab

Giant Monster Crab climbs everything! The coconut crab is the largest land-living arthropod in the world. Also known as the robber crab, the coconut crab is .

Males calls to females from beneath a thin layer of soil—the only frog known to have such an odd behavior, a new study says.

Meet the Indian purple frog, also known as the pig-nosed frog. Only formally discovered in the colorful amphibian is an endangered species native to the mountains of India’s Western Ghats.

Black Rain Frog - imgur.com

10+ Of The Coolest Frogs And Toads In The World

The Coolest Frogs And Toads From Around The World----You will listen to the frogs outside with new appreciation tonight after seeing this list of the coolest frogs and toads around the world. Not one i would like to meet on a dark night.

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sometimes i just wanna ask G-d whaaat tha fuuuu. Black Rain Frog (Breviceps Fuscus) is found in Southern Africa

Ended Contest: Hairy 7

The hairy frog (Trichobatrachus robustus), also called horror frog or Wolverine…

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Adventures in HomeSchooling: The Strangest Frogs I have Seen

The Strangest Frogs I have seen When I was a kid I would find toads in my back yard and I loved to catch them and chase all my frie.

Transparent pregnant frog

God is so amazing! He created such amazing creatures! Thank you father This pregnant frog with translucent skin is one of five “lost” amphibian species recently rediscovered in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Strange... a little yucky... but also kind of cute. It must be a Black Rain Frog. TheWildAnimalStore.com

The raw anger of the black rain frog [Breviceps fuscus], a south African native that spends most of its time buried in the soil to conserve moisture.

Blue Poison Dart Frog (Dendrobates Azureus) dangling from a leaf ~ © by Ken Koskela

Blue Poison Dart Frog (Dendrobates Azureus) dangling from a leaf ~ © by Ken Koskela Mais