On the Web - Tiny little peeps come out of the Gardiner’s Seychelles frog, but the question was always how they could hear without an inner ear mechanism. Now it is being learned...
Mouth-Birthing Frog to Be Resurrected?
The Reptile Report - In this file photo, a tiny froglet can be seen in the mouth of its mother, the southern gastric-brooding frog Rheobatrachus silus.
In this novel form of parental care, the female swallowed her fertilized eggs. Her stomach then stopped producing acid, becoming a makeshift womb. Later, she regurgitated fully formed froglets.
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