Not all frogs live near water. In fact some frogs, like this one, live where there’s no water at all.
Yes I agree, this may be the cutest frog in the world!
Just like a squeaky baby toy.
But the Desert Rain Frog, which is found along the western coast of Namibia and South Africa, is currently listed as vulnerable due to habitat loss – which is one step away from being endangered and that is really not good at all.
How can this frog live in such dry conditions?
The Desert Rain Frog has no tadpole stage and survives by burrowing under the sand to find moisture. It has a spherical body (a clever adaptation which means it retains water for longer) and feet built for digging.
I love this frog! Do you?
Now it’s time to watch that video again. So awesome, right?!