Rare frog breeds in Deep Sea World in North Queensferry: fuckyeahreptilesandamphibians: More than 50 tiny golden mantella tadpoles have been born at Deep Sea World in North Queensferry. The golden mantella frog is only found in the forests of Eastern Madagascar. The frogs are confined to a fragment of forest which is surrounded by farmland, and human settlements and is threatened by logging. The adult frogs are land-based and do not have webbed feet. Unlike some species of frog the golden mantella is “not a great parent” and once the eggs have been laid they are left to fend for themselves. They live in small groups, known as ‘armies’ which usually contain twice as many males than females. Critically endangered means that a species’ numbers have decreased, or will decrease, by 80% within three generations.