A typical Chocoan rainforest is not complete without the song and color of the Little-Devil Poison-Frog (Oophaga sylvatica).
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Uploaded on Apr 9, 2013
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Few snakes have eyes that are so light-reflecting as those of the Blomberg's Tree-Boa (Corallus blombergi). Locating their brilliant eye-shine during night is the best way to spot these boas as they forage in the rainforest canopy.
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Ecuador's most wanted, the Pinocchio Anole (Anolis proboscis). This lizards was thought to be extinct for nearly fifty years, and still after its "rediscovery" in 2005, it remains hard to locate.
Uploaded on Jan 9, 2013
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Map Treefrogs (Hypsiboas geographicus).
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Uploaded on Jun 7, 2012
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Some snakes need not be venomous. So is the case of the Yellow-flecked Sipo (Chironius flavopictus), which compensate for the lack of venom by being powerful, bad-tempered and lightning-fast.
Uploaded on May 2, 2012
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