Rain frogs are small amphibians that live in tropical rainforests.
Illegal pet trade threatens their survival.
Their bellies are transparent, which allows you to see their internal organs.
They are frequently hunted for their skin,
which is a common ingredient in traditional medicine.
The Screeching Frog is endemic to the mountainous regions of central Mexico
Chytrid fungus is one of the primary reasons it's endangered.
They're native to the tropical rainforest region of South and Central America
They do not have lungs,
instead they breathe through their skin.
Pesticides are a primary reason for their endangerment