Britain’s native amphibians are in steep decline thanks to wetlands disappearing and ponds drying up.
A new study examines the diet of an invasive population of guttural toads in Mauritius and finds a number of species of conservation concern.
Chytrid fungus has caused declines in 501 amphibian species, according to a new analysis. Most of the damage happened in the 1980s, before the fungus itself was even discovered.
As ponds dry up, so too does our connection to nature.
New study confirms fears that the island’s native wildlife can be poisoned by introduced Asian toads.
The Rose’s mountain toadlet adapts its breeding habits according to the weather.
New cane toad traps that carefully imitate mating males successfully target breeding females. Males, meanwhile, will turn up for anything that sounds remotely like a toad.
Meet the brawny bug with a concoction so caustic it’ll make a toad vomit.
Frogs and toads are declining around the world, with many species on the brink of extinction. Acting in time means trying strategies without complete information about how likely they are to work.
How do a frog’s tongue and saliva work together to be sticky enough to lift 1.4 times the animal’s body weight? Painstaking lab work found their spit switches between two distinct phases to nab prey.