The 'World's Loneliest Frog' Finally Has a Mate
A male Sehuencas water frog, thought to be the last of his kind, will be bred with a female recently caught in the wild.
Scientists Discover Rare ‘Siren’ Species in Florida
An extremely elusive salamander has finally been given a name.
Salamander Twitter Is a Light in the Darkness
One man’s obsession with the adorable amphibians caught on in a year of scandals and disasters of all sorts threatening to overwhelm us.
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An Animal Smuggler Tried to Disguise Deadly Cobras as Potato Chips
After seizing the killer snakes, the cops found a small zoo's worth of protected reptiles stashed in the guy's apartment.
Chinese Cops Anger Everyone by Eating a Giant Salamander
More than a dozen Chinese police officers have been suspended following an investigation by undercover journalists who infiltrated a lavish dinner that included, among other things, a critically endangered giant salamander.
To Save Frogs From a Horrifying Fungus, We Might Have to Vaccinate Them
Amphibians are dying out at a breakneck pace. It's time to get them up to date with their shots.
Climate Change Is Causing Some Serious Salamander Shrinkage
It's one of the fastest physical changes scientists have ever seen.
Asian Amphibians Are Going Extinct Faster Than We Can Find Them
Amphibians are some of the best indicators of ecosystem health because they’re — sorry chill frogs out there — kind of fragile. In general, they are rather susceptible to pollution, and many amphibian species live in small, sensitive habitats that are...