Bamboo home for frogsadmin
In southern India, within a wet evergreen forest, the male white-spotted bush frog lures a female into his bamboo nest. The entry is located through a narrow opening. The small frogs mate inside the little house. The male cares for the eggs, and they hatch straight into froglets.
Kadaba Shamanna Seshadri of the National University of Singapore and his team studied this strange bamboo-like breeding among Raorchestes chalazodes, which are so rare that i was made extinct until 2011.