Born in Cáceres, Spain, and a resident of Ecuador, Jaime Culebras is a biologist and professional photographer who dedicates his efforts to conservation and environmental education. He holds a masters in Environmental Education and another one in Biodiversity and Conservation in Tropical Areas. He has described nine new species of frogs to science and rediscovered “Emmochliophis fugleri” and he participates in multiple conservation and photography projects, like against illegal trade in wildlife, protection of amphibian and reptiles of the Choco rainforest and Tropical Andes and snake-human conflic, specially in South American. His photographic and scientific projects have been published in prestigious journals, as National Geographic, and he has received awards from numerous international photography contests such as: World Press Photo, Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Big Picture Photo Competition, Montphoto, GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year, among others. To learn more about Jaime’s work, please visit his website.