This is a common Suriname Toad (Pipe pipe)

This is a common Suriname Toad (Pipe pipe). This South American amphibian species has an unusual reproduction feature: eggs sink into the female's skin and create a honeycomb-like feature that protects the tadpole until it emerges as a fully developed toad. The common Surinam toad is similar in appearance to a mottled brown leaf, and is almost completely flat. Its feet are broadly webbed with the front toes having small, star-like appendages. Males can grow up to 154 mm, whereas females can reach up to 171 mm. Females can be distinguished not only by their length but also by their ring-shaped cloacas, visible when they are ready to breed.