This Ecuadorian stream frog has been named Hyloscirtus princecharlesi in honour of the the Prince of Wales’ environmental campaigning over the years. The brown-coloured amphibian with large orange blotches was discovered by Ecuadorian scientist Dr Luis A Coloma four years ago. Charles will meet Dr Coloma later today at Highgrove, his Gloucestershire home.Picture: Chester Zoo/PA

This Ecuadorian stream frog has been named Hyloscirtus princecharlesi in honour of the the Prince of Wales’ environmental campaigning over the years. The brown-coloured amphibian with large orange blotches was discovered by Ecuadorian scientist Dr Luis A Coloma four years ago. Charles will meet Dr Coloma later today at Highgrove, his Gloucestershire home.Picture: Chester Zoo/PA

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