A series of illustrations for an article describing the features and abilities of various frogs from around the world.
The amazon horned frog is roughly larger than a teacup and feasts on frogs, mice, beetles, lizards, snails and tadpoles in South America.
This camouflage creature is a gray tree frog. It has a diet of various insects and just like chameleons, can change the colour of it's skin to blend in and hide from lurking predators looking for a slimy snack.
The poison dart frog. There are many different types, all varying in vibrant pattern and colour. The flamboyant skin is to warn predators of their extreme toxicity, which is gained from a plant and insect based diet. Some people are trying to develop the poison for medicinal use.
The Wallace's flying frog, an amphibian that lives in the dense jungles of Malaysia and Borneo and travels by air. It has the ability to glide up to 50 feet!