Exquisite Spike-thumb frogs
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Exquisite Spike-thumb Frogs of the Cloud Forest
These frogs are called Exquisite Spike-thumb Frogs and the species is Plectrohyla exquisita. They are critically endangered due to chytrid fungus and illegal deforestation. They live in just one place in the world: the cloud forest of Cusuco National Park, Honduras. These two are not a couple, but were found in the same area (and we took a photo with them next to each other to show the size difference between juveniles and adults). They just happened to turn towards each other the moment I snapped the photo!
Photo by Jonathan Kolby of HARCC: Honduras Amphibian Rescue and Conservation Center.
Design by Susan Newman, founder of Frogs Are Green and Susan Newman Design.
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