Wallace's Flying Frog. It's eyes and eardrums are large, it's limbs are very long, and it's fingers and toes are webbed right to the tips. Together with a fringe of skin stretching between the limbs, this flying frog can parachute to the forest floor from high in the trees where it is normally found.The Flying Frog
The vivid red or orange skin of the splash-backed poison frog (Dendrobates galactonotus) is a danger signal to potential predators. The frog lives in leaf litter on the rain forest floor of the southern Amazon River Basin in South America.