Chile Darwin's frog

The Chile Darwin's frog is classified as Critically Endangered (CR), facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.

The Chile Darwin's Frog (Rhinoderma rufum) is one of only two members of the family Rhinodermatidae. It is endemic to Chile. More

The Chile Darwin's frog was fairly regularly seen until around 1978, since when it seems to have disappeared, and the species my now be extinct. More

The Chile Darwin's frog is a close relative of the Darwin's frog (pictured), but it may already be extinct. It has never been photographed alive and has not officially been seen since 1978. More

As its name suggests, Chile Darwin's frog lives in Chile. In particular, its home is in the central part of the country in areas between about 160 and 1,640 feet (50 to 500 meters) above sea level. More

Chile Darwin's Frog, Ranita de Darwin de Chile, Sapito de Darwin de Chile family: Cycloramphidae View distribution map using BerkeleyMapper. More

Order : Anura
Family : Cycloramphidae
Genus : Rhinoderma
Species : rufum
Authority : (Philippi, 1902)