The tiny pumpkin toadlet may be the most adorable thing you see today. Sadly, like many small frogs, it's also endangered due to habitat loss, but it has even more than that stacked against it: it can't even hear potential mates calling, which makes it really difficult for this frog to breed. It gets sadder. They don't even know that their attempts to call a mate is futile.
You may have already known that certain types of frogs can change their color, but were you aware of the fact that hundreds of male frogs can perform this amazing feat? Even more incredible is the fact that their ability to hold the bright colors can last anywhere between a few hours to a few weeks!
Did you know that a single poison dart frog has enough juice to kill 20,000 mice? With that much power surging through it, you'd think the frog would be a danger to itself and other frogs around it, but luckily a convenient adaptation keeps the frog from accidentally committing suicide. It's actually immune to its own poison!
If the thought of losing a frog species makes you depressed, you're not alone. Millions of people love frogs and want to protect them, but their future seems so bleak. What can we really do about endangered frogs and other species?