19 Most Endangered Amphibians

Typically amphibians live on the edge between land and water, but to(a)day many are living at the edge of extinction.  Here’s a list of the 19 most endangered amphibians.

Rain Frogs

Rain frogs are small amphibians that live in tropical rainforests. They are in danger of extinction because of habitat loss and pollution.

Glass Frogs

Glass frogs get their name from the fact that their bellies are transparent, which allows you to see their internal organs. We must safeguard their habitats and prevent deforestation in order to remove them from the list of the most endangered amphibians.

Litter Frogs

Litter Frogs are an endangered amphibian species inhabiting the tropical rainforests of Central and South America. They are in danger due to habitat loss and degradation.

Poison Dart Frogs

Native to the tropical rainforest region of South and Central America, poison dart frogs are vulnerable to destruction of habitats, climatic change, and pollution.

Lungless Salamanders

Lungless salamanders are amphibians that are native to North America. They are one of the few species of salamander that do not have lungs, instead they breathe through their skin.

Asiatic Salamanders

Asiatic salamanders are a species of amphibian that is native to Asia. These species are among the many salamander species currently endangered.

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