Amphibians

Welcome to the SAVE THE FROGS! Amphibians category archive page! Below you will find a wealth of articles on amphibians, displayed with the most recently published articles at the top. We hope you learn a lot and become inspired to take action for amphibians!

How To Write An Amphibian’s Name Correctly

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In an effort to (1) increase consistency; (2) improve our website visitors’ experience, and (3) reduce errors in writing amphibian’s names, we provide these guidelines on How To Write An Amphibian’s Name, and we encourage all authors in the SAVE THE FROGS! community to read, understand and implement them.

Meet Ghana’s Beloved “Lady”: The Night Spirit Frog

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The Night Spirit Frog (Leptopelis spiritusnoctis) is considered Ghana’s most beloved frog. For many artists and frog lovers in Ghana and around the globe, it is the poster child for the beauty of nature, thanks first and foremost to its distinctively large silver-grey eyes, just one feature that makes it particularly adorable.  

Frog Research In The Remote Himalayas Of Nepal

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Protecting the beautiful stream frogs of Manaslu in Nepal’s remote Himalayas SAVE THE FROGS! thanks our generous donors who helped us raise $1,700 to fund a frog conservation initiative in the remote Himalayas of Nepal. SAVE THE FROGS! Task Force Member Biraj Shrestha returned to the Manaslu Conservation Area in March 2017 for a three week …

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SAVE THE FROGS! Hang Out Reaches Sixteen Countries

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On Saturday, December 10th, SAVE THE FROGS! held an online six-hour frog saving experience called the SAVE THE FROGS! Hang Out. We invited our supporters, members and the general public to an online webinar where our team of amphibian biologists answered questions about amphibian ecology, conservation and about our global frog saving programs. We also …

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Why The Giant Squeaker Frog Is “Giant”

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Frogs in the genus Arthroleptis are often referred to as “squeakers.” This is because of the distinctive high pitched call they make. They are usually small — about the size of a baby’s thumb — with the smallest squeaker measuring merely 15mm in length. The Giant Squeaker Frog (Arthroleptis krokosua) measures up to 50mm, making …

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Fire Threatens the Survival of the Critically Endangered Giant Squeaker Frog

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With less than a week before the SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Expedition, our team around the world has been busy preparing for our rigorous frog-saving campaigns in West Africa. To our dismay, we received terrible news last night from our friends in Ghana. While suffering from malaria, SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Executive Director Gilbert Adum …

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Frogging Peru – Days 1 & 2

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In February/March 2016 SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger spent seven days frogging the Peruvian Andes and Amazon. He photographed 31 amphibian species. Here is his story… I had wanted to visit Peru’s Manu National Park since 1999, when I first heard about Manu’s incredible biodiversity. Encompassing both the Andean cloud forests and the …

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