Native to South American rivers, the male Darwin's frog also runs his own daycare…in his mouth. Another example of mouthbrooding, tadpoles develop and mature in his vocal sac. After they grow up to a formidable size of about a half an inch, daddy Darwin’s frog coughs up the next generation and sends them on their way.
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