The Golden Toad: A Sober Reminder of the Amphibian Extinction Crisis  This design available on shirts this week only at www.float.org ($8 of every shirt will be donated to SAVE THE FROGS! conservation programs)  The golden toad (Incilius periglenes, formerly Bufo periglenes) was a small toad that was from a small, high-altitude region north of the city of Monteverde, Costa Rica. An endemic species, it could only be found in pristine cloud and elfin forest. The golden toad was first described…

The Golden Toad: A Sober Reminder of the Amphibian Extinction Crisis This design available on shirts this week only at www.float.org ($8 of every shirt will be donated to SAVE THE FROGS! conservation programs) The golden toad (Incilius periglenes, formerly Bufo periglenes) was a small toad that was from a small, high-altitude region north of the city of Monteverde, Costa Rica. An endemic species, it could only be found in pristine cloud and elfin forest. The golden toad was first described…

Creative Man Makes Amusing Hats for a Toad Who Visits His Porch on a Daily Basis

Creative Man Makes Amusing Hats for a Toad Who Visits His Porch on a Daily Basis

The Eye of the ... Toad. #toad #amphibian #macro illustration research for toad from toad hall

Animal Eyes, Up Close and Personal

The Eye of the ... Toad. #toad #amphibian #macro illustration research for toad from toad hall

Californians should take pride in the Yosemite toad—it’s a native son found nowhere else on earth except the high elevations of the Sierra. Mountain life isn’t an easy existence for amphibians, and the toad spends half the year in hibernation. Once the snow melts—or even before as the critter has been observed tip-toeing over snowfields to reach their breeding grounds—the males emerge from hibernation and find a suitable pool to begin their annual search for a mate.

Californians should take pride in the Yosemite toad—it’s a native son found nowhere else on earth except the high elevations of the Sierra. Mountain life isn’t an easy existence for amphibians, and the toad spends half the year in hibernation. Once the snow melts—or even before as the critter has been observed tip-toeing over snowfields to reach their breeding grounds—the males emerge from hibernation and find a suitable pool to begin their annual search for a mate.

Laminated Frogs & Toads Amphibian Identification Poster/Chart 24x36

Laminated Frogs & Toads Amphibian Identification Poster/Chart 24x36

Frogs & Toads of the World Educational Poster Posters - at Choose from over Posters & Art Prints. Value Framing, Fast Delivery, Satisfaction Guarantee.

The ultimate Texas hill country #roadtrip - doing this one ASAP!  The entire drive is 189 miles – that’s 4 hours, 9 minutes

The Ultimate Texas Hill Country Road Trip Is Right Here - And You'll Want To Take It

The ultimate Texas hill country #roadtrip - doing this one ASAP! The entire drive is 189 miles – that’s 4 hours, 9 minutes

Cane Toad - First imported to Australia in the 1930s in an attempt to control sugar cane pests, these giant amphibians now number around 200 million. They prey on some native species and compete for food and territory with others. Toxic glands behind the toads' heads can kill native animals like endangered quolls (carnivorous marsupials). Credit: Dreamstime

Cane Toad - First imported to Australia in the 1930s in an attempt to control sugar cane pests, these giant amphibians now number around 200 million. They prey on some native species and compete for food and territory with others. Toxic glands behind the toads' heads can kill native animals like endangered quolls (carnivorous marsupials). Credit: Dreamstime

Australian Desert Spadefoot toad [Notaden nichollsi] that was found emerging from its burrow one night. The photographer shined their flashlight on the toad, which attracted insects and gave it an easy meal.

Australian Desert Spadefoot toad [Notaden nichollsi] that was found emerging from its burrow one night. The photographer shined their flashlight on the toad, which attracted insects and gave it an easy meal.

Look closely for the toad!

Look closely for the toad!

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