Several new species of clawed frog discovered in sub-Saharan Africa

Mongabay: African clawed frogs are characterized by their flat bodies and vocal organs which can produce sound underwater, as well as the claws on their first three toes that give them their name. Despite being commonly used as a study subject by developmental biologists, researchers say we're still learning quite a bit about the species. Researchers from Canada's McMaster University say they’ve discovered a wealth of new information on the frog’s evolution using new techniques for analyzing DNA. There......

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