Researchers discover six new African frog species, uncover far more diversity

ScienceDaily: Researchers have discovered half a dozen new species of the African clawed frog, and added back another to the list of known species, in the process uncovering striking new characteristics of one of the most widely studied amphibians in the world. The discovery increases the number of known clawed frog species from 22 to 29 -- a 30 percent increase. Each of the new species is documented online today in the journal PLOS ONE. "Because the African clawed frog is used as a model organism for biological......

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