Jaime Culebras is a reptile and amphibian researcher, and nature photographer based between Spain and Ecuador. He has co-authored several papers on biogeography and descriptions of new species of amphibians and reptiles.
In 2021, Culebras published the story for National Geographic Magazine “These see-through frogs are full of surprises” and he has received numerous photography and conservation awards including World Press Photo and Wildlife Photographer of the Year, the Montphoto-WWF Conservation Grant, and was recognized as Conservation Photographer of the Year by AEFONA in 2018 for his work on Ecuador’s biodiversity and its threats.
His greatest interest is to spread the existence and importance of threatened species, promote love towards reptiles and amphibians, as well as the fight against illegal trafficking of species and the snake-human conflict.