Scientists find eyeless cave fish in Indonesia

Agence France-Presse: Eyeless cave fish and a frog that carries its offspring on its back are among the new species a team of scientists have discovered in Indonesia's eastern Papua region. The researchers from the Institute of Research and Development (IRD) in Montpellier, southern France, studied caves, underground rivers and jungles in the remote Lengguru area of New Guinea island. "In terms of discoveries almost everything remains to be done in this area, which is very difficult to access but which has exceptionally......

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