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An Uluguru forest tree frog (Leptopelis uluguruensis) at Prague Zoo. This species is endemic to the Uluguru mountains in Tanzania.

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An Uluguru forest tree frog (Leptopelis uluguruensis) at Prague Zoo. This species is endemic to the Uluguru mountains in Tanzania.

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A Karoo toad, Vandijkophrynus gariepensis, at Prague Zoo. This species is common in its native South Africa and plays an important role within the eco-system.

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A Karoo toad, Vandijkophrynus gariepensis, at Prague Zoo. This species is common in its native South Africa and plays an important role within the eco-system.

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A southern Appalachian salamander (Plethodon teyahalee) from a private collection.

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A female Alpine salamander (Salamandra atra) from a private collection.

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A juvenile banded newt (Ommatotriton nesterovi) from a private collection.

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A female Alpine salamander (Salamandra atra) from a private collection.

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A juvenile banded newt (Ommatotriton nesterovi) from a private collection.

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A green mountain frog (Odorrana livida) at Petra Aqua.

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A southern Appalachian salamander (Plethodon teyahalee) from a private collection.

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A green mountain frog (Odorrana livida) at Petra Aqua.

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A Macedonian crested newt (Triturus macedonicus) at Zoopark Zajezd.

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A Macedonian crested newt (Triturus macedonicus) at Zoopark Zajezd.

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Paru morph of a little devil poison frog or Kiki poison frog (Oophaga sylvatica) at St. Louis Zoo. This facility is famous for studying cures for chytrid fungus and other threats.
The parental stock came from Esmeraldas Province, Ecuador at the Reserva Otokiki.

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Paru morph of a little devil poison frog or Kiki poison frog (Oophaga sylvatica) at St. Louis Zoo. This facility is famous for studying cures for chytrid fungus and other threats.
The parental stock came from Esmeraldas Province, Ecuador at the Reserva Otokiki.

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An Ozark hellbender (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis bishopi) at the St. Louis Zoo. This facility is famous for rearing hellbenders, but also for studying cures for chytrid (bd) fungus and other threats.

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An Ozark hellbender (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis bishopi) at the St. Louis Zoo. This facility is famous for rearing hellbenders, but also for studying cures for chytrid (bd) fungus and other threats.

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An Ozark hellbender (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis bishopi) at the St. Louis Zoo. This facility is famous for rearing hellbenders, but also for studying cures for chytrid (bd) fungus and other threats.

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An Eastern hellbender (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis alleganiensis) at the St. Louis Zoo. This facility is famous for rearing hellbenders, but also for studying cures for chytrid (bd) fungus and other threats.

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An Eastern hellbender (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis alleganiensis) at the St. Louis Zoo. This facility is famous for rearing hellbenders, but also for studying cures for chytrid (bd) fungus and other threats.

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An Eastern hellbender (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis alleganiensis) at St. Louis Zoo. This facility is famous for rearing hellbenders, but also for studying cures for chytrid (bd) fungus and other threats.

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A endangered black footed golden poison frog (Phyllobates terribilis) photographed at the Amphibian Foundation in Atlanta, Georgia.

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A endangered black footed golden poison frog (Phyllobates terribilis) photographed at the Amphibian Foundation in Atlanta, Georgia.

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A tinging poison frog (Dendrobates tinctorius) Koetari form, photographed at the Amphibian Foundation in Atlanta, Georgia.

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A tinging poison frog (Dendrobates tinctorius) Koetari form, photographed at the Amphibian Foundation in Atlanta, Georgia.

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A pair of critically endangered Costa Rican lemur leaf frogs (Agalychnis lemur) Photographed at the Amphibian Foundation in Atlanta, Georgia. The male is smaller.

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A pair of critically endangered Costa Rican lemur leaf frogs (Agalychnis lemur) Photographed at the Amphibian Foundation in Atlanta, Georgia. The male is smaller.

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A pair of critically endangered San Martin fringe-limbed treefrogs (Ecnomiohyla valancifer) photographed at the Amphibian Foundation in Atlanta, Georgia. The male is larger.

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A siren poison dart frog (Ranitomeya sirensis) at the Amphibian Foundation in Atlanta, GA.

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A siren poison dart frog (Ranitomeya sirensis) at the Amphibian Foundation in Atlanta, GA.

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A tiger-striped leaf frog (Phyllomedusa tomopterna) at the Amphibian Foundation in Atlanta, GA.

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A tiger-striped leaf frog (Phyllomedusa tomopterna) at the Amphibian Foundation in Atlanta, GA.

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A tiger-striped leaf frog (Phyllomedusa tomopterna) at the Amphibian Foundation in Atlanta, GA.

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A tiger-striped leaf frog (Phyllomedusa tomopterna) at the Amphibian Foundation in Atlanta, GA.

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A Fort Stewart dwarf siren (Pseudobranchus striatus) at the Amphibian Foundation in Atlanta, GA. This animal was originally from Fort Stewart, GA.

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