Scientific Name: Atelopus zeteki

Found In: Panama/Tropical montane forests

Size: Adults average 1 to 1.5 inches in length.

Diet: Carnivore.

Threat Level: Critically Endangered. Habitat loss caused by deforestation and disease caused by chytrid fungus are the major threats to this species.

Facts: The male’s call can be heard from 50 meters away.

Panamanian golden frog thrives at the Virginia Zoo