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Flying Frogs: the aerodynamic amphibians

It became obvious to me that some frogs had truly “taken to the trees” during my PhD research in the rainforests of northeastern Australia. Radio-tracking frogs, I found most frogs more or less where you’d expect- in the river, on the forest floor, or on vegetation not too far off the ground. Green-eyed tree frogs (Litoria serrata), however, amazed me by spending weeks hanging out in the rainforest canopy- about 20 m off the ground. Leer más.

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