Nov 2

More amazing photos, videos and texts are added to ARKive every alternate week. Here is a summary of our latest update:

The stats

  • 49 new species
  • 1171 new images
  • 69 new videos
  • 17 new texts

Our favourite new species – mossy prehensile-tailed gecko

Mossy prehensile-tailed gecko

Can you spot the very well camouflaged mossy prehensile-tailed gecko?

Our favourite new photo – red squirrel

Red squirrel portrait

Red squirrel portrait

Our favourite new video – whooping crane conservation

Whooping crane conservation video
Whooping crane chicks being raised in captivity as part of captive breeding programme.

Our favourite new facts – Betic midwife toad

Betic midwife toad

Betic midwife toad camouflaged against rock

  • Midwife toads are so named because of the extraordinary level of parental care the male provides to the eggs.
  • As in other midwife toads, the male Betic midwife toad fertilises then wraps the eggs around its hind legs. The eggs remain bound to the hind legs for around a month.
  • The male provides all of the care for the eggs, protecting them from predation and preventing them from drying out.

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