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Changing colors amphibian Rainbow Frog

Changing colors amphibian Rainbow Frog

Black spots on colorful body. Changing colors amphibian Rainbow Frog

Changing colors amphibian Rainbow Frog
A symbol of reincarnation, Rainbow Frog is an object of worship in India. In addition, Frog, constantly changing color, is even equal to a god in India. So, hundreds of people flock every day to Reggie Kumar’s home in India, to pray and ask for miracles. And the frog glowed white when people saw it the first time. Then it lit up yellow and then turned gray. It was like a miracle, that’s why Frog, constantly changing color, considered a god in India.
By the way, the frog has many names, and in particular, Hopper elegant, Earthy rainbow frog, and red rain frog. However, the most accurate name for this wonderful creature is – Scaphiophryne gottlebei. It inhabits the South and Central parts of Madagascar. And of course, it is very popular among terrarium fans.

A small, brightly colored frog with a distinctive white, red, green and black pattern on the back

A small, brightly colored frog with a distinctive white, red, green and black pattern on the back

According to the portal LiveScience, scientists have discovered in Borneo rainbow frog species Ansonia latidisca, while last representatives of this species were seen in 1924. Total researchers found three frogs – two adults and a little frog. Adult body length is about 50 millimeters, and the little frog – about 30 millimeters. Unfortunately, the tiny brightly colored amphibians have become extinct or are on the verge of extinction. By the way, last year, the same group of researchers found in Borneo frog the size of a pea!

In summer 2010, environmentalists have begun a global search of amphibians around the globe in order to more accurately assess the status of the population and to develop measures to reduce the rate of extinction of amphibians.

Changing colors amphibian Rainbow Frog

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