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Photos : Rarest, weirdest frogs

A golden frog (Atelopus zetequi ) is seen at the El Nispero del Valle de Anton zoo, 124 km west of Panama City April 16, 2009. The total population of golden frogs in Panama has been reduced to around 3,000 specimens, mostly due to the action of a pathogenic fungus, the director of the Panamanian project of rescue and conservation of amphibians Roberto Ibanez said to AFP on August 18, 2012. AFP PHOTO/Elmer MARTINEZ

Photos : Rarest, weirdest frogs

23 August 2012

Take a look at the amazing collection of rarest and weirdest frogs. Unfortunately most of them are facing the danger of extinction.