‘Lost’ amphibian species rediscovered

Guardian: A team of scientists have discovered three species of amphibian previously thought to be extinct. Their finds include a cave-dwelling salamander last seen in 1941 – the same year that it was discovered – and two species of frog that dwell in west Africa. In total, the scientists hope to rediscover roughly 100 species of amphibian. Conservation International, in conjunction with the IUCN Amphibian Specialist Group, has organised a string of international expeditions to search for ......

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