Ecuadorian Rain Forest Wonders
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Broad-headed Tree Frog
Yasuní National holds about one-third of all of the Amazon’s amphibian species, including this broad-headed tree frog, even though it represents just a small fraction of the total area of the Amazonian rainforest.
There are 150 species of frogs living inside the park, more than 50 percent of all the frog species found in the U.S. and Canada combined. A dozen of the Yasuni's frogs have been discovered only in the last decade.