As its name suggests, the Honduran Brook Frog (Duellmanohyla salvavida) is native to Honduras. It’s found in rainforests, and lays its eggs in vegetations that overhangs streams. When the young hatch, they side into the water below. These species has suffered from habitat loss due to logging and agriculture. Water pollution caused by landslides is also a problem for this species.
credit: Joe Townsend