In late April on the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica, as the peak of the dry season wanes, one of the most interesting species of frogs in Central America begins to congregate around streams to reproduce. All glass frog species are known for their translucent skin, but the bare hearted glass frog has the most transparent undersides of any glass frogs, hence their name.
|Photo Location:||Carate, Costa Rica|
|Camera:||Canon EOS 5D Mark III|
|Copyright:||© Ben Blankenship|