The Amazon Rainforest Amphibians & Reptiles: Yasuni Biosphere Reserve.

Bromeliad Tree Frog - Herping

Bromeliad Tree Frog are active during the night, it moves in the canopy and occasionally comes down to check what to eat.

The Amazon Rainforest in Ecuador is home of several hundred species of Amphibians & Reptiles, the Yasuni Biosphere Reserve holds one the highest diversity in this forest creatures.

Watch Amazon Rainforest Amphibians & Reptiles: Yasuni Biosphere Reserve

We have created a video to showcase a collection of images and videos of many species found in the Yasuni. Its ten minutes of interesting tree frogs, colorful dart poison frogs, venomous snakes,  many tree snakes and giant anacondas, the odd-shapes turtles and marsupials tree frogs and many species more.

The Amazon Rainforest is home of these extraordinary group of forest creatures, some of them are active during the day in the forest litter sharing it with other critters, the ground can be a busy place for some, they make a better living up in the canopy in colonies of bromeliads or tree holes can be suitable for some forest rarities.

Listen to Rainforest Frogs

      1. Smoky Jungle Frog - Yasuni Wilderness Sounds
      2. Ciclo of Life - Yasuni Wilderness Sounds
      3. Varzea Song - Yasuni Wilderness Sounds
      4. Macaws at Dawn - Yasuni Wilderness Sounds

Amazon Leaf Frog (Cruziohyla craspedopus)

The Yasuní Biosphere Reserve has outstanding global conservation significance due to its extraordinary biodiversity and potential to sustain this biodiversity in the long term.

The Yasuni is the world’s greatest amphibian diversity on a landscape scale is found in the upper Amazon Basin of Ecuador and Peru, and in the Atlantic Forest of eastern Brazil.

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