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World's Most Unusual Amphibians

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Most of these unusual amphibians are frogs, because frogs have some really cool adaptive abilities and features.

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Axolotl Report Abuse
An amphibian that doesn’t undergo metamorphosis, rather remaining aquatic with gills for its entire life. It also has the ability to regenerate most body parts.
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Mud Guppy Report Abuse
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Lungless Salamanders of Mexico Report Abuse
Highly endangered. They breathe through their skin and mouth lining.
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Chinese Giant Salamander Report Abuse
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Wallace's Flying Frog Report Abuse
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Tomato Frog Report Abuse
Bright red with a black stripe. This Madagascar native excretes a gummy substance that gets into predators eyes and causes them to drop it.
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Purple Frog Report Abuse
The male guards the eggs, which are buried in the sand and then emerge as tadpoles. The male chauffeurs the tadpoles in pouches on his hips for 7-10 weeks.
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This helps me study
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Pipa or Surinam Toad Report Abuse
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Southern Gastric-Brooding Frog Report Abuse
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Hip Pocket Frog Report Abuse
The male guards the eggs, which are buried in the sand and then emerge as tadpoles. The male chauffeurs the tadpoles in pouches on his hips for 7-10 weeks.
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Pac-Man Frog Report Abuse
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Malgasy Rainbow Frog Report Abuse
Adapted for burrowing and can live underground for up to 10 months, and can climb vertical canyon walls to escape predators or floods.
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Mexican Burrowing Toad Report Abuse
Sticks its tongue straight out of its mouth instead of flipping it out like all the other frogs do. I bet he got picked on in school for his weird tongue.
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Warty Newt Report Abuse
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Pinocchio-Nose Frog Report Abuse
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Ghost Frog Report Abuse
One of the small areas where these frogs is found is a traditional burial ground.
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Horned Frog Report Abuse
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Olm Report Abuse
Blind amphibian that lives to 100 and can go for ten years without food. It is also neotenous, which means it retains its juvenile state and never lives on land.
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Glass Frog Report Abuse
Its clear belly allows anyone to see all of its internal organs from below.
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