Glass frogs’ parental care, new research


This video says about itself:

Just a few hours of motherly attention help glass frog eggs survive | Science News

31 March 2017

Guarding her eggs, a glass frog stays with the brood despite annoying finger prods from scientists. This species provides the only prolonged maternal care yet found among glass frogs, but even short-term moms stayed on duty when researchers poked at them. Read more here.

Credit: Jesse Delia/Boston University

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