Panama golden frog

The Panama golden frog lives in Panama, a country in Central America. Unlike other frogs, the Panama golden frog lacks eardrums and communicates by waving its hands.

In many parts of Panama this frog is considered a good luck charm and people collect it from the wild to put in their homes. For this reason, today the Panama golden frog is an endagered species.
Panamanian golden harlequin toad


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