The Paranapiacaba tree frogs of Brazil lay their eggs in water collected inside the leaves of bromeliad plants that grow near streams, and the tadpoles that emerge then find their way into the stream to finish growing, according to findings reported in PLOS ONE. The parent frogs mate inside the bromeliad, with the males leaving the females to spawn, but researchers were surprised that the resulting tadpoles didn’t move to a larger body of water to finish their development.

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