Photo: Look into the eyes of a copper rainfrog

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Pristimantis chalceus

credit: Andreas Kay

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As you can see, this little frog has big black irises, but their bodies tend to grow to just a little more than an inch. The copper rainfrog (Pristimantis chalceus) is native to the rainforests of the northern Andies, and is found in Ecuador and Colombia.

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