New rare frog discovered in Sri Lanka, but left wholly unprotected

Mongabay: Sri Lanka, an island country lying off the southeast coast of India, has long been noted for its vast array of biodiversity. Islands in general are renowned for their weird and wonderful creatures, including high percentages of endemic species-and Sri Lanka, where scientists recently discovered a new frog species, is no exception. Sri Lanka harbors one of the greatest concentrations of amphibians in relation to area on the planet. There are 105 species of amphibians in Sri Lanka and 89 of these......

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