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Glass Frog: A living transparent amphibian native to rainforest.

Glass Frog: A living transparent amphibian native to rainforest. Glass frogs are a fascinating frog family with a transparent skin, allowing you to view inside its small body.

Black Rain Frog (Breviceps Fuscus) is found in Southern Africa

Black Rain Frog (Breviceps Fuscus) is found in Southern Africa - not an attractive animal!

Slope-Snouted Glass Frog

bedpartymakeover: “aeon-fux: “xekstrin: “ ftcreature: “ Glass Frog glows like a constellation within the dark of the South American rainforest. ” IT IS THE UNIVERSE FROG ” pero they didn’t even show.

Simply a wonderful creation!! The Glasswing Butterfly. Transparent wings - rare and beautiful. Living in the rainforest.

The Greta oto. The Glasswinged butterfly (Greta oto) is a brush-footed butterfly, and is a member of the subfamily Danainae, tribe Ithomiini, subtribe Godyridina. Adults range from Mexico through Panama. The Greta oto may also be found in Venezuela.

Saw a frog from the bottom of the glass

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A colorful tree frog stuck to glass. At night the frog pulls in all its most colorful parts and sleeps on the underside of a leaf, blending in. From Science is Awesome.

☆ Glass Frog :¦: Artist Unknown ☆

Funny pictures about Amazing Transparent Frog. Oh, and cool pics about Amazing Transparent Frog. Also, Amazing Transparent Frog.

death's head catipillars photographed by Igor Siwanowicz

Death’s Head caterpillars, Acherontia Atropos. Photo by Igor Siwanowicz// deaths head.

A male Oreophryne frog guards eggs in a New Guinea forest.   Photo Credit: Piotr Naskrecki via Science-fact

A photo sure to put a smile on your face! A male Oreophryne frog guards eggs in a Papua New Guinea forest.

Golden Poison Dart Frog, Phyllobates Print By Mark Moffett

Golden Poison Dart Frog Phyllobates Art Print by Mark Moffett

petitpoulailler: “ opti-mytic: Golden Poison Dart Frog Phyllobates by Mark Moffett ”

Fabulous sleeping Frog in Arenal, Guanacaste, Costa Rica Learn how to move, live, work, and retire in Costa Rica! www.becominganexpat.com

Another red eyed tree frog love these little guys and got a bit carried away taking photos of them. Normally they sleep on the underside of leaves and tuck their legs in so they are very hard to spot in the day but this one had made himself comfy here

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