the spotted snout-burrower is a species of really derpy looking frogs from the family Hemisotidae, found in South Africa and Swaziland, in un-typical frog habitats such as savanna, shrub-land and swamps. they can be identified by their stubby legs plump body with yellow spots, and a distinctive snout. they are threatened by habitat loss and are listed as vulnerable by the IUCN.
Can you believe it’s been almost six years since this wonderful man passed away? He was only 44 when that happened. It’s not very often that a person like him comes along. But, I’m just glad that the world got to see his true compassion and kindness towards animals. He will forever be one of my role models. Rest easy, Steve.
Species: Salamandra algira
Description: The North African Fire Salamander is a large, brightly coloured amphibian with a slender body, smooth…