Valentine's Day is quickly approaching, and possibly no one is more single than a Sehuencas water frog named Romeo. Conservationists say Romeo could be the last known water frog of his species.
In an attempt to find the lone frog a partner to procreate with, Global Wildlife Conservation, Bolivian Amphibian Initiative and Match.com teamed up. The trio is working to fundraise the money needed to send scientists out looking for Romeo's valentine.
Match.com even set up a dating profile for the frog. If you were wondering, Romeo is "a pretty simple guy," who enjoys "chilling at home" and "binge-watching the waters around [him]."