Eel-like lamprey fish mysteriously fell from the sky recently in Alaska; here's why. Continue reading →
Australia's invasive cane toads are tough to kill, so researchers tried making toadsicles: it's humane and effective, they say.
A fingernail-size frog that can morph its skin texture from spiny to smooth in just minutes is the first shape-shifting amphibian ever found.
The huge amphibian from what is now Portugal used to clamp its toilet seat-shaped head around the ancestors of dinosaurs.
Kitchener, Ontario helps Jefferson salamanders make their annual spring crossing of a road to ponds on the other side.
The newly described amphibian from Panama makes the leap from petri dish to full-fledged frog.
The gray-brown creature resembling a snake was discovered in a remote but threatened area of Cambodian rainforest.
The new frog is the only species known to give birth to live tadpoles.
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