Fanged Frog Photograph courtesy Rafe M. Brown Boasting “crazy” evolutionary adaptations, a new group of so-called fanged frogs—cousins of this Luzon fanged frog (file picture)—has been discovered on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, according to.
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3 day old embryos of red-eyed treefrog. They have external gills that protrude toward the surface of their eggs, where oxygen is most concentrated. This adaptation allows for high metabolic rates and accelerated development
Frog balances on a flower bud. The photograph was taken by Bob Garasim photographer from Orlando, Fla., who is known for his macro photography of wildlife. (Bob Garas / Caters News / Zuma Press) :) Not an easy life.