15 New Species Found in Tanzania

From BBC News:

“As well as their distinctive markings and colourings, the researchers say Nectophrynoides are also unique because females give birth to offspring rather than lay eggs.”

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Find pictures of more of the new species at BBC News online.

3 Responses to 15 New Species Found in Tanzania

  1. Asphodel says:

    Now if it came in a shade of pink………..

  2. […] See original here: 15 New Species Found in Tanzania […]

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