Mating Amazonian frogs, Rana palmipes

Mating Amazonian frogs, Rana palmipes

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Credit: DR MORLEY READ/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Rana palmipes. Mating male (smaller) and female frogs of the species Rana palmipes - the only true frog (family Raninae) native to the Amazon rainforest. True frogs are distinguished from their relatives by a bony sternum and tapering fingers without discs or pads. Photographed in Ecuador.

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Keywords: amphibian, animal, frog, frogs, mating, nature, rainforest fauna, rana palmipes, wildlife, zoology

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