Glass frogs are native to the rainforests of Central and South America. They are special because they are almost exclusively found on rocks around waterfalls, where water runs and slippery surfaces offer some protection against predators. Their grayish-green color and semitransparent skin make them almost impossible to detect, therefore little is known about their mating and reproduction behavior.
They are arboreal and nocturnal frogs. They lay their eggs on leaves or on rocks next to streams and they which are also sometimes. transparent.
They are mostly green on top, although they display a wide variety of hues, from yellowish green to olive green. A few species have brown colorations, and one species may be blue.
What makes it Amazing:
One of its most remarkable characteristics is that underneath they usually have transparent skin, therefore their internal organs such as the heart and liver are visible, which is why they have been given the name of Crystal Frog.