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Roque tree frog, Hyloscirtus phyllognathus from Sumaco Volcano, Ecuador: www.flickr.com/andreaskay/sets/72157658179635954

Roque tree frog, Hyloscirtus phyllognathus from Sumaco Volcano, Ecuador…

https://flic.kr/p/SJ4ATd | Juvenile Map Tree Frog, Hypsiboas geographicus | from Ecuador: www.flickr.com/andreaskay/albums

https://flic.kr/p/SJ4ATd | Juvenile Map Tree Frog, Hypsiboas geographicus | from Ecuador: www.flickr.com/andreaskay/albums

https://flic.kr/p/MMxKzE | Troschel's tree frog, Hypsiboas calcaratus? | from Fundación Fauna de la Amazonía, Ecuador: www.amazoniarescue.org

https://flic.kr/p/MMxKzE | Troschel's tree frog, Hypsiboas calcaratus? | from Fundación Fauna de la Amazonía, Ecuador: www.amazoniarescue.org

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Espada's robber frog, Pristimantis galdi from Sumaco Volcano, Ecuador

Fern-loving Rainfrog, Pristimantis pteridophilus

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https://flic.kr/p/LypkC8 | Troschel's tree frog, Hypsiboas calcaratus?

https://flic.kr/p/LypkC8 | Troschel's tree frog, Hypsiboas calcaratus?

In order to say that speciesism exists you would have to say that no animal exists that needs meat to survive, that is not the case making the point invalid. Now that's not to be confused with the fact that a human has the intelligence to find nonanimal sources of protein given the right resources and ability to do so, but protein IS needed for survival which makes humans no different than meat consuming animals in their need to obtain it.

The big-eyed tree frog, or peacock tree frog (Leptopelis vermiculatus) is a species of frog found in forest areas in the African country of Tanzania. In some literature, it is referred to as the Amani forest tree frog.

Sleeping frog

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Crowned Poison Frog

No larger than a dime, the crowned poison frog, Dendrobates fantasticus, is an arboreal poison frog from the Peruvian rainforests. They are common inhabitants of arboreal bromeliad clusters. Several color morphs are recognized.

Tree frog, Osteocephalus sp.? from the Amazon rainforest near Puyo, Ecuador www.flickr.com/andreaskay/albums  www.flickr.com/andreaskay/albums

Tree frog, Osteocephalus sp.? from the Amazon rainforest near Puyo, Ecuador www.flickr.com/andreaskay/albums www.flickr.com/andreaskay/albums

Fleshbelly Frog, (Pristimantis delius?), by Ecuador Megadiverso on Flickr (cc)

Fleshbelly Frog, (Pristimantis delius?), by Ecuador Megadiverso on Flickr (cc)

Red-eyed Tree Frog (Agalychnis callidryas), Cahuita National Park, Costa Rica

Red-eyed Tree Frog (Agalychnis callidryas), Cahuita National Park, Costa Rica www.

Stunning color - Harlequin Tree Frog (Rhacophorus pardalis), one of the gliding frogs of Borneo, perched on a branch..Danum Valley Conservation Area, Sabah, Malaysia.

Stunning color - Harlequin Tree Frog (Rhacophorus pardalis), one of the gliding frogs of Borneo, perched on a branch

Upper Amazon treefrog, (Dendropsophus bifurcus), by Ecuador Megadiverso on Flickr (cc)

Upper Amazon treefrog, (Dendropsophus bifurcus), by Ecuador Megadiverso on Flickr (cc)

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