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An endangered Costa Rican variable harlequin toad (Atelopus varius) at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC). This species is highly endangered and is found very little in the wild. The female is yellow and much larger than the male.

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Two Costa Rican variable harlequin toads (Atelopus varius) in amplexus at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC). This species is critically endangered and is found very little in the wild. The female is yellow and much larger than the male.

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A critically endangered Costa Rican variable harlequin toad (Atelopus varius) at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC). This species is highly endangered and is found very little in the wild. The female is yellow and much larger than the male.

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A critically endangered Costa Rican variable harlequin toad (Atelopus varius) at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC). This species is highly endangered and is found very little in the wild. The female is yellow and much larger than the male.

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A critically endangered Costa Rican variable harlequin toad (Atelopus varius) at the El Valle Amphibian Conservation Center (EVACC).

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A harlequin frog (Atelopes varius) at the Omaha Zoo. This species, from Panama, is now thought to be extinct in the wild. With only 300 or so in captivity, it is thought to be one of the rarest amphibians in the world.

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A critically endangered harlequin frog (Atelopes varius) at the Omaha Zoo. This species, from Panama, is now thought to be extinct in the wild. With only 300 or so in captivity, it is thought to be one of the rarest amphibians in the world.

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A critically endangered harlequin frog (Atelopes varius) at the Omaha Zoo. This species, from Panama, is now thought to be extinct in the wild. With only 300 or so in captivity, it is thought to be one of the rarest amphibians in the world.

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A critically endangered harlequin frog (Atelopes varius) at the Omaha Zoo. This species, from Panama, is now thought to be extinct in the wild. With only 300 or so in captivity, it is thought to be one of the rarest amphibians in the world.

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A critically endangered harlequin frog (Atelopes varius) at the Omaha Zoo. This species, from Panama, is now thought to be extinct in the wild. With only 300 or so in captivity, it is thought to be one of the rarest amphibians in the world.

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A critically endangered harlequin frog (Atelopes varius) at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo. This species, from Panama, is now thought to be extinct in the wild. With only 300 or so in captivity, it is thought to be one of the rarest amphibians in the world.

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A critically endangered harlequin frog (Atelopes varius) at the Omaha Zoo. This species, from Panama, is now thought to be extinct in the wild. With only 300 or so in captivity, it is thought to be one of the rarest amphibians in the world.

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A critically endangered harlequin frog (Atelopes varius) at the Omaha Zoo. This species, from Panama, is now thought to be extinct in the wild. With only 300 or so in captivity, it is thought to be one of the rarest amphibians in the world.

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A critically endangered harlequin frog (Atelopes varius) the Omaha Zoo. This species, from Panama, is now thought to be extinct in the wild. With only 300 or so in captivity, it is thought to be one of the rarest amphibians in the world.

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A critically endangered harlequin frog (Atelopes varius) at the Omaha Zoo. This species, from Panama, is now thought to be extinct in the wild. With only 300 or so in captivity, it is thought to be one of the rarest amphibians in the world.

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A critically endangered harlequin frog (Atelopes varius) at the Omaha Zoo. This species, from Panama, is now thought to be extinct in the wild. With only 300 or so in captivity, it is thought to be one of the rarest amphibians in the world.

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A critically endangered harlequin frog (Atelopus varius) at the Omaha Zoo.

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