Long-Fingered Frog Rediscovered After Disappearing More than 60 Years Ago

A single specimen of the Bururi long-fingered frog (Cardioglossa cyaneospila), last seen in the wild in 1949 and perceived to be extinct, was rediscovered in a Burundi rainforest near the town of Bururi. The frog, found by herpetologists from the University of Texas at El Paso and the California Academy of Sciences is about 1.5 inches in length with black and bluish-gray skin colors. Leer más.

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