Lungless frog and ‘ninja slug’ among new species discovered under Borneo protection plan

Guardian: An enormous stick insect more than half a metre long and a bizarre lungless frog are among a staggering collection of new species highlighted today to celebrate an agreement to conserve wildlife on the island of Borneo. Conservationists say the weird and wonderful creatures were discovered thanks to a pioneering deal between three governments to protect and conserve 220,000 square kilometres of lush rainforest on the island. Some 123 new species have been recorded in the protected region, known......

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