You can see organs through the skin of this funky frog

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The skin on the glass frog's stomach is just as translucent as its name suggest

If you find yourself in Central America, try not to step on this see-through amphibian.

Meet Hyalinobatrachium ruedai a.k.a the glass frog.

The frog's skin is green on top, but the skin on the glass frog's stomach is just as translucent as its name suggests.

You can even see its organs through the skin, especially its heart, liver, and intestines.

They live in trees and are active at night.

Colombia features the glass frog one of its coins.

The reduction of rainforests has endangered several species of glass frog. So watch where you step!

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