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Y is for Yellow-Bellied Voiceless Tree Frog

Image © and by permission of Dr Rafe Brown, University of Kansas. . The yellow-bellied, voiceless tree frog lives in trees of the cloud forest in Mexico. It has always been rare, and not much is known about it – it is presumed to breed in the abundant vegetation around the rocky forest streams in the …

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X is for Xenosaurus grandis

Knob-scaled lizard (Xenosaurus grandis), photographed by and with permission of  Richard Sage, University of California. . The knob-scaled lizard (Xenosaurus grandis) is a lizard that lives in tropical rainforests in Mexico and Guatemala. It is active in the day, and skulks alone inside rock crevices in cliff faces – it can also be found in holes in …

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