Amphibians

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Fact Sheet
The world's tiniest frogs are smaller than a dime, and the largest frog can grow to be longer than a foot and weigh more than 7 pounds!
Reef Shark, © Ed Gullekson
Conservation Issue
Wildlife doesn’t stop at the U.S. border – so neither do we. We work internationally to protect wildlife around the world.
In the Magazine
On the heels of one of the worst droughts in U.S. history, scientists are questioning the future of a critter that crawls—and swims—under the radar in the streams of the Southeast.