A surreal American frog that has a translucent skin.
At school it is common to have a frog as a subject to dissect mostly on living anatomy lessons. Usually students would get a live frog and cut them open. They will cut the poor frog open because they only want to see what is inside them. They want to see where is the organs placed and how does it work inside a frogs body. Poor frogs they have to suffer for someone’s curiosity.
But there is a way to prevent this massacre. Recently scientists discovered a frog that is more ideal in these cases. They found specie of frogs that don’t have to be dissected to see its internal organs. This is a great discovery that may save the lives of frogs that may be victimized by some science subject students that needs some subject for their experiment.
These tropical American frogs have a translucent skin that you would actually see the formation of their internal organs without dissecting them. The internal viscera, including the heart, liver and gastro intestinal tract are visible through this translucent skin.
The behaviors and other characteristics of these frogs are closely similar to other known tree frogs. Its size is ranging from 3 to 7.5 centimeters (1.2 to 3.o in) in length. They are green in color over most of their body except on the lower surface of the body which is translucent.
This kind of frog Is mostly seen in the southern part of Mexico to Panama, and through the Andes from Venezuela to Bolivia, with some species in the Amazon and Orinoco river basins, the Guiana Shield region, South Eastern Brazil, and Northern Argentina.