It’s World Frog Day! And I am celebrating by curating all the articles I have published on frogs so far. Maybe something from this round-up will pique your interest:
Inside the secret world of bamboo-breeding frogs
These frogs breed hidden in bamboos and they are – wait for it – cannibals
Salamander ate a frog for its final meal
A fossil salamander that lived at least 34 million years ago is in such good condition that the remains of a frog it ate are still in its digestive tract
Tadpoles piggyback on strangers to avoid getting eaten — by siblings
When frog fathers go missing, their young can get in grave danger. To escape the deadly jaws of their own siblings, the young turn to strangers.
Traffic noise impacts frog survival
Next time you honk, spare a thought for these frogs (and your fellow humans).
What’s behind the recent spate of discoveries?
From frogs to lizards, how do we keep finding new species?
The tadpoles that swim in sand
Indian dancing frogs are unusual enough with their habit of waving their feet in the air. Now, it turns out their tadpoles are peculiar as well.
What’s driving the endangered purple frog to extinction?
DJ frogs remix tunes on the hop
Male Gracixalus treefrogs woo females with original compositions.
Treasure trove of new frogs found in India
The country is home to dozens of species of bush frog, each with a distinctive pattern of colours.
Viral outbreak threatens the survival of amphibians
A viral outbreak is killing amphibians, including frogs, toads and salamanders, in Spain.