This video says about itself:
Dr Jodi Rowley discussing Rhacophorus vampyrus the medium-sized Vampire tree frog found in southern Vietnam.
Last update 15/06/2011 10:00:00 AM (GMT+7)
Rare amphibian [and] reptile species discovered in Quang Ngai
VietNamNet Bridge – Experts from Wildlife At Risk (WAR) have discovered Taylor’s bug-eyed frogs (Theloderma stellatum), which is in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species in the forest of Quang Ngai province in central Vietnam.
After their ten-day survey in the forest of Ba Nam commune, Ba To district, WAR experts have found 58 species of amphibian[s and] reptiles, including snakes, tortoises, lizards, iguanas and especially, Taylor’s bug-eyed frog, which is highly endangered in the world.
“It is amazing!” said Nguyen Vu Khoi, managing director of WAT Vietnam.
Khoi said WAR will cooperate with the local authorities to make further research and set up a specialized forest area to protect the floral and fauna community in Ba To.