Tree frogs quench thirst by chilling out

Australian green tree frogs survive the dry season by harnessing the same phenomenon that fogs up eyeglasses in winter.

Tree frogs often sit outside on cool nights during the dry season and when they return to their warm dens, condensation forms on the cold skin.

The frogs then absorb this moisture through their skin, keeping them hydrated during period of little or now rain.

Read more at Charles Darwin University