Part 4: meet frogs from around the world!

In this Photo Journal, we highlight some of the wonderful variety of frogs found around the world.

If we learn more about frogs, we will be better prepared to help protect their populations.

Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Red-eyed tree frog. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Waxy monkey frog. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Spiny-headed tree frog (Anotheca spinosa) in Costa Rica. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Green-and-black poison dart frogs fighting in La Selva, Costa Rica. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Red-eyed tree frog. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Emerald-eyed tree frog. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Hyla tree frog in Tambopata, Peru. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Red-eyed tree frog. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
A poison dart frog in a cup mushroom in Costa Rica. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Java Toad (Phrynoidis aspera). Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Matecho Dendrobates tinctorius poison dart frog. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Blueberry poison arrow frog (Dendrobates pumilio). Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Strawberry poison dart frog (Oophaga pumilio) in Costa Rica. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Gephyromantis webbi frog in Madagascar. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Tree frog in Costa Rica’s rainforest. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Glass frog in Costa Rica. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Clown tree frog (Dendropsophus leucophyllatus) in the Colombian Amazon. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Green-and-black poison dart frogs fighting in Costa Rica. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Hypsiboas crepitans tree frog. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Emerald-eye frog (Hypsiboas crepitans). Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Mother Panamanian golden frog with green baby. The Panamanian golden frog is believed to be extinct in the wild. These individuals are part of the Bronx Zoo’s captive breeding program. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Bornean Gliding leopard tree frog, a species capable of “flying” great distances between trees. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Madagascar Tomato Frog (Dyscophus antongilii). Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Granular poison dart frog – red form. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler
Vietnamese mossy frog. Photographer: Rhett A. Butler

Thanks for checking out these frogs! If you’re interested in finding out more about frogs in your local area, consult your librarian or local nature group or zoological park.

Photographer: Rhett A. Butler