The Glass Frog


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Naish, Darren. “Glassfrogs: Translucent Skin, Green Bones, Arm Spines.” Scientific American   

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“Reticulated Glass Frog”,, 

“Transparent skin of glass frogs reveals eggs waiting to be hatched”,, 

“Rainforests: the year in review 2017”,, 

“Glass frog”,, 

“Here’s a Fleischmann’s glass frog”,, 

“Smithsonian Magazine: 14 Fun Facts About Frogs”,,