Common Surinam Toad (Pipa pipa)
Starry toed and super-duper freaky, this lady toad pops live babies from her back.The smooth-clicking males can get the ladies to drop their eggs at the beat of their tongue bone. After a quick fertilization fest, they race those eggs on to their date’s back and don’t look back. Not picky about food, they’ve been known to eat decomposing flesh or even each other when freshly hatched from momma’s back skin. Warning, may upset those with Trypophobia. Don’t believe us, check out this video:
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