Doing sketches of frogs from the Rainforest

Frogs live everywhere in the humid rainforest and cloud forests, in the trees, down on the ground, in the rivers and in the ponds.  There are the most incredible difference between them and some of them are really beautiful too, they are three more reasons we should stop tropical deforestation now:

Three rainforest frogs

Three of the many endangered frog species in the rainforest

Here are three watercolors of frogs that are disappearing together with the rainforests in central and South America:

watercolor-poison-dart-frog

Golfo Dulcean Poison dart Frog (Phyllobates vittatus), Watercolor

Tropical forest Frog Watercolor

The Clown Tree Frog (Hyla Triangulum)

Watercolor tree frog

Tree frog (Hyla Punctata)

Most of the places where these frogs live are endangered as the rainforest is disappearing at a rate that is around the same as one whole football field a second. (100.00 km2 a year) And when the rainforest is gone so is its most incredible amount of breathtaking species.

these  watercolors can be used to make more people aware of what we are about to loose.

About Frits Ahlefeldt

Researching, writing & sketching up thoughts and ideas for a sustainable future, trails, places and technology on http://fritsAhlefeldt.com

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