Titicaca Water Frog

The Titicaca Water Frog is classified as Critically Endangered (CR), facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.

Telmatobius culeus is referred to as the Titicaca Water Frog, and is only found in Lake Titicaca, it is also known as the Aquatic Scrotum because of its excessive amounts of skin. This excess of skin is used to help the frog breathe in the high altitude of which it resides. More

The Titicaca Water Frog Telmatobius culeus is endemic to the Lake Titicaca Basin in the high Andes of Bolivia and Peru. More

* Titicaca Water Frog Red List Information * Uros, artificial islands, in Titicaca National Reservation Photo: UNEP WCMC Protected Areas Programme * IUCN Programmes More

The Lake Titicaca Water Frog is severely threatened; populations have declined by 80% over the last 3 generations. More

The endangered Titicaca Water Frog's colour can be anything from olive green with peach-coloured bellies, to grey with black mottling on the backs. Some are even entirely black with or without white marbling. More

referred to as the Titicaca Water Frog, and is only found in Lake Titicaca. More

Lake Titicaca Water Frog, Stemmata coleus (Garman, 1875), lives in the highest (3800 m) freshwater lake and shows a variety adaptations to the low oxygen pressure found at those elevations. More

What is a Titicaca Water Frog's habitat? The Titicaca Water Frog lives in Lake and Pond. http://answers.encyclopedia.com/question/titicaca-water... More Questions about Frog S Habitat » Sponsored Results Sprite Tabs for Habitat™ Find Out How Sprite® & Habitat for Humanity® Are Helping Recycle. MyCokeRewards. More

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Order : Anura
Family : Ceratophryidae
Genus : Telmatobius
Species : culeus
Authority : (Garman, 1875)