10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Glass Frog

Glass frogs are an endangered species that live in shallow water and use the plastic shell of their shells to swim.

They are among the first species to go extinct in the United States, but their extinction was a direct result of the plastic industry’s efforts to manufacture them.

The frogs live in the northern Pacific Ocean, but are also found in parts of the eastern Pacific, including Hawaii and California.

Because they are aquatic, they can live for several years without food, water, or shelter, according to the nonprofit Pacific Islands Conservation Alliance.

“Glass frogs are not the only species of amphibian that have been affected by the plastics industry,” said Peter Clements, executive director of the nonprofit.

“A lot of amphibians, particularly amphibians that feed on the ground, have suffered from a lot of plastic pollution.”

A plastic-laced glass frog is seen in a container at a marine park in San Francisco, California, U.S., June 14, 2018.

The glass frog, which lives in shallow waters and relies on the soft shell of its shells for movement, has been declared a “threatened” species by the U.N. Convention on Biological Diversity and has a “high risk of extinction.”

A glass frog holds up a plastic cup as it stands on a dock at a saltwater fishing pier in San Diego, California.

The water of the Pacific Ocean is known to be contaminated with toxins that cause birth defects, and scientists believe the toxins are being dumped into the sea by the industry to make it easier for the frogs to live.

The Glass Frog is considered a threatened species and is listed as a protected species under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.

The U.K. government estimates there are just 200 glass frogs left in the wild, and only one breeding pair.

But, the species is being pushed to extinction.

There are no known breeding pairs left in captivity, and the U