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Rainfrog (Pristimantis crucifer, Cutín in Spanish) from Ecuador. ©Jaime Culebras

Rainfrog (Pristimantis crucifer, Cutín in Spanish) from Ecuador.

A damselfly lands on a chameleon forest dragon (Gonocephalus chamaeleontinus)’s nose.

Caiman's little mouthful. Caiman (Caiman yacare) feeding upon an armadillo. ©Bence Máté

Caiman's little mouthful - Bence Máté - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2010 : Eric Hosking Portfolio Award - Winner

A Piranha Eater

The piranha-eater - Marcelo Krause - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2010 : Underwater Worlds - Highly commended

Clownfrösche via @WWF_Deutschland

acres of cloud forest now protected in Colombia

bogleech: ““Brachycephalus” frogs more like wtf are these little E.T. men ”

A group of Brazilian researchers from Paraná Federal University (UFPR) discovered a new species of tiny toad (Brachycephalus quiriri) in Santa Catarina.

Emerald-eyed Treefrog (Hypsiboas crepitans), Ibagué, Colombia. ©Cristian Castro Morales

Emerald-eyed Treefrog (H. crepitans) Photo by Cristian Castro Morales — National Geographic Your Shot

Macacos Cercopithecidae, utiliza a cauda de dois adultos para se balançar !!!

'King of the swingers' Grey langurs (Semnopithecus entellus) play in the evening light of Bandipur National Park, Karnataka, India. Photograph by Thomas Vijayan.

Western Highland Treefrog (Litoria iris)

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