Glass frogs are transparent and the size of your finger nail
Researchers found Hyalinobatrachium anachoretus residing much higher in the mountains than other species in this genus. Photograph by Evan Tworney
Glass frogs typically range in size from 20 to 30 millimetres, but some species, like centrolene geckoideum from the Pacific Andean slopes of Colombia and Ecuador, reach larger sizes.'
colourful transparent frog x-ray glowing
glass frog was photographed in the Monteverde cloud forest in Costa Rica by cabin attendant and photographer Nic Reusens.
A photo of the ventral side of a transparent frog, Chimerella corleone (4 new species of "glass frog" have been discovered.)
Glass frogs, a group of South and Central American frogs with translucent skin. Their internal viscera, including the heart, liver, and gastrointestinal tract are all completely visible.
Glass Frog: (Centrolenidae Hyalinobatrachium) have pigment-less skin that allows their internal organs to be seen clearly
hanging transparent frog