This National Geographic video is about water holding frogs from Australia.
From CBC in Canada:
Scientists find first lungless frog
April 7, 2008
Researchers working in Borneo have discovered the only known frog with no lungs, the team reported Monday.
National University of Singapore biologist David Bickford, the lead researcher, said in a release that the frog, Barbourula kalimantanensis, has an “amazing ability to breathe entirely through its skin.”
The tiny frog, measuring less than 40 mm and weighing 6.5 grams, was found in western Kalimantan, Indonesia, in August by researchers employing new search methods.
It lives in cold, rushing water and is so rare that the only previous evidence of the species was reported 30 years ago.
The researchers said the frog receives all necessary oxygen through its skin. Among four-legged creatures, only amphibians are known to breathe without lungs — previously only in two families of salamanders and a species of caecillian, a limbless amphibian.
See also here.
Concave-eared torrent frog: here.
Banteng in Kalimantan: here.