The animal lives only in one mountainous region and requires a cold, humid environment.
Noblella madreselva lives in the humid cloud forest near Cusco, Peru, likely only in the valleys near where it was discovered, researchers say.
With the discovery of some new, highly venomous frogs in Brazil, we take a look at a few more amazing hoppers.
Two frogs are among the most venomous in the world, a scientist accidentally discovers after suffering a painful encounter with one of the deadly amphibians. →
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.
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