Hundreds of New Species Discovered in Papua New Guinea

More than 20 new frog species were identified during Conservation International’s expedition.
Living nearly 100 feet above the forest floor, this frog was more often heard than seen. During the night, the males of the species would emit loud, croaking noises. The individual pictured here is actually the only one the researchers were able to see.
DNA analysis is still needed to confirm whether this amphibian is in fact a new species.

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