Alaskan wood frogs can freeze and thaw due to sugar buildup in their bodies.
The changing color and patterns of the same species of frog is interesting.
The giant salamander is listed as near threatened by the IUCN.
Study says frogs that survive exposure to chytrid build resistance to the fungus.
Not all frogs can jump as far as the "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County."
The California red-legged frog is now the official state amphibian of California.
The varying color patterns of dyeing dart frogs affect how potential predators see the frogs.
The wood frog is one step closer to becoming the official state amphibian of New York.
They are named dancing frogs due to the male's leg kicking during breeding season.
Australian angler Angus James was about to release the jungle perch when he noticed a live green treefrog in its mouth.
The amphibians have been devastated by pollution, pesticides and the chytrid fungus.
Toad hops on the back of a goldfish and goes for a ride around an English pond.
The Coqui frog has become established on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Streambed salamander discovered in Arkansas' Lake Catherine State Park
The California red-legged frog may become the official amphibian of California.
Gracixalus lumarius, a new frog species hails from the Vietnamese highlands.
A longtime herper hunts for the once common western chorus frog.
Study noticed an 8 percent decline in salamander size from 1980 to 2012.
A single Tandayapa Andean toad was first discovered in 1970 and rediscovered in 2012.
Once the national dish of Dominica, the mountain chicken frog is critically endangered.
Stanley Park Ecology Society members spot rare albino Ensatina Salamander.
Ten Chiricahua leopard frog egg masses were found at the Eastern Arizona College Discovery Park Ranarium.
The new marsupial frog, Gastrotheca dysprosita hails from the Cerro Barro Negro mountain in Peru.
Frog docents will warn hikers not to trample frog breeding grounds in Marin County, Calif.
There are just three populations of the northern cricket frog in New York.
Male dyeing poison frogs deposit their tadpoles in waters with cannibalistic conspecifics.
Center for Biological Diversity is suing USFWS to get protections for these southwestern U.S. herps.
California red-legged frogs haven't been seen in Santa Monica Mountains in more than 40 years.
The frogs and a host of flora and fauna were discovered during a three week Conservation International Expedition.
Peruvian park ranger photographs Bufo marinus' attempt to eat a bat.
Center for Biological Diversity and USFWS Reach Agreements on Boreal Toad and Eastern Hellbender Salamander Status
Agreement should speed federal protections for both species.
The native California tiger salamander is being pushed out by a hybrid salamander.
Wichita State University students find evidence of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in three locations in the state.
Metoposaurus diagnosticus burrowed during conditions when water was scarce.
Sooglossus gardineri lacks middle earm uses mouth cavity to hear sounds.
Rana pretiosa has enjoyed a high success rate in a captive breeding program in a Washington state prison.
Pesticide is found in 75 percent of stream water and 40 percent of all groundwater tested in a study.
Study says that male treefrogs that can trill longer and more frequently are preferred mates.
Discovery marks the first time that these pesticides were found in wild frog tissue.
Environmental consultant Gary Kittelson to discuss status of Rana draytonii in Watsonville water systems
Biologist speculates development and bullying by northern cricket frog, but not the Chytrid fungus or invasive predators.
O'ahu's Manoa Valley is home to a variety of herptiles.
While the Ozark hellbender has been protected since 2011, the eastern hellbender is not.
Lawsuit filed by private landowner will be challenged by The Center for Biological Diversity and the Gulf Restoration Network.
Some of the frogs, part of a breeding and reintroduction program started in the mid 2000s are outfitted with radio transmitters.
Discoglossus nigriventer rediscovered in 2011 in Israel's Hula Valley.
Of 200 caecilians tested, 58 were found to be positive for the fungus, many which later died.
Xenopus laevis, used in pregnancy testing in the 1960s-70s were released into the wild.
Rana sevosa were originally only thought to live and breed at Glen's Pond in Mississippi.
Animals have been decimated by livestock grazing, habitat destruction, invasive species, and disease.
Mercurana myristicapalustris and Beddomixalus bijui named after Freddie Mercury and Richard Henry Beddome.
Hyla japonica, normally green in color is bright blue.
Save the Frogs Day is April 27
Panamanian conservation groups have raised nine Atelopus limosus frogs and have hundreds of tadpoles.
Amphibian looks like an earthworm and its young feeds on the mother's skin.
The gastric brooding frog was declared extinct in 1983.
Long thought extinct, Pseudophilautus stellatus found in Sri Lanka's Peak Wilderness park.
The invasive Coqui frog (Eleutherdactylus coqui), has been making its way onto Oahu over the last 10 years.
Northern California tunnels provide bridge from upland habitat to breeding pond.
Rhacophorus helenae is about four inches in length and has webbed hands and feet to aid in gliding.
Wildlife and Fisheries Commission also proposes permit system for taking or killing Eastern Diamondback rattler and two species of pine snake.
Recovery plans will be in place for all three populations of Ambystoma californiense by June 2017.
Cryptobranchus alleganiensis lives its entire life in water.
Babina subaspera sports a sharp spike to latch onto females when breeding
Telmatobufo bullocki population discovered on pine forest land owned by Arauco.
Brachycephalus tridactylus is less than 1.5 centimeters in length.
Breeding program releases more than 2500 Nectophrynoides asperginis back into their native habitat.
Unlike most other frogs that call out to females, Litoria chloris calls out males.
The coqui llanero is the island's smallest tree frog
U.S.G.S. biologists discover 19 new adult Rana muscosa frogs among 71 frogs and hundreds of tadpoles in a Mojave River pool of water.
Economic development seen as factor in frog extinction in Asia.
Caterpillar continued waving its head in front of frog until it gets eaten.
Atretochoana eiselti is being called the "floppy snake."
A green glass frog, Centrolene sabini is the 7,000th species cataloged on UC Berkeley-based website.
"The Amphibians and Reptiles of Michigan" published by Wayne State University Press.
104 of the animals set for release have died
Social interactions of Hyla japonica helps to shape artificial intelligence.
Hyloscirtus princecharlesi is native to Ecuadorean rainforests.
Spanish study looked at road development impacts on palmate newts and midwife toads.
Scientists use toxin to lure cane toad tadpoles to surprising effect without harming other species.
Yellow dyer rainfrog secretes yellow substance when handled.
Phyllobates terribilis, a victim to illegal gold mining and illegal logging gets 124 acre reserve.
Blood drawn from mountain yellow-legged frogs confirms cause of death.
Fifty species of poison frogs given a frog fitness test.
Toads in Southern Rockies, Utah, Nevada, and Idaho Suffering from Disease and Habitat Destruction.
Land conservation proposal would triple the habitat of Rana capito sevosa
Sucrose discovered while studying chemical secretions of Mantella.
Tadpoles are well-equipped to adjust their buoyancy in the water.
Caecilian lives entirely under the earth.
How toxic is the poison of the golden dart frog?
2010 survey in Suriname discovers 46 new species.
Researchers seek underlying causes for decline in Acris crepitans.
Major conservation breakthrough with Cryptobranchus alleganiensis.
Paedophryne dekot and P. verrucosa are between 8.5 to 9.3mm in length
New potential medical treatments identified from chemicals in their skin
New studies reveal it is not just about muscular power that can propel frogs great distances.
Plasticine models of Ranitomeya imitatorpoison dart frog explain their variable appearance