Three-striped Poison Frog (Ameerega trivittatus, formerly Epipedibates trivittatus) from Brownsberg Nature Park, Suriname
The three-striped poison frog has one pretty interesting trait. The female does not lay eggs in water, but generally just under the leaf littler in the male's territory. He then guards them and generally keeps an eye on things. Until they hatch into tadpoles, that is. Those tadpoles need water, so he piles all the kids on his back and hops off to a suitable water source for them to continue growing. His work is done at this point, and they are on their own.
Keith Christenson - Wildlife Biologist