WILDLIFE -- When Frogs Dance and Sing: The Mysterious Amphibians of Borneo

With giant trees nurtured by rich water resources, the jungles of Borneo are home to a vast array of frog species. Some mimic dead leaves, while others are smaller than a penny. Yet another secretes sticky glue-like mucus. But one species really stands out: the black-spotted rock frog, which can hop across water surfaces like a ninja! Males spread their webbed toes and stretch out their hind legs like flag signals to advertise themselves to females. Our documentary joins Kyoto University's research team as it journeys into this frog paradise and discovers the amazing world of these curious creatures.