It’s flat. It’s slimy. And it hides under rocks on the river bottom. It’s the Ozark hellbender, and at up to two feet in length, it’s one of the world’s largest salamanders. Leer más.
If not kissing the frog, at least appreciating their ‘croak’ may lead to some headway in to climate research . For the first time frog song is being monitored using automated sound recorders by Indian scientists to track the impact of climate change on amphibians in the forests of southern Western Ghats. The methodology for tracking their call has recently been standardized by researchers. Leer más.