Showing posts from November, 2011

Did this frog even wake up?

I am trying to count how many things this frog can do simultaneously including sleep. The spectacular Fringed leaf frog |Cruziohyla craspedopus are canopy frogs from the Amazon, which rarely (if ever) even come down from the tree tops. They will make their public debut in our new exhibit coming mid-January.

I love how she grasps the cricket in her hand and stuffs it in her mouth ... a behavior this species shares with the other Cruziohylacalcarifer.

Notes from the Field: Dante in Peru 2

November is hatching time for many species of Amazonian Turtles.

Notes from the field: Dante in Peru


Georgia Public Broadcasting episode featuring the amphibians of GA, ABG and Robert Hill