Three Tiny New Species of Frogs Found in Papua New Guinea

Nature World News: Three new species of frogs from the rainforests of Papua New Guinea have been descried in the latest edition of the journal Zookeys. Each of the new frogs is incredibly tiny, with total body lengths about 20 millimeters. Their discovery came by way of Fred Kraus of the University of Michigan, who in 2011 described the frogs, Paedophryne dekot and Paedophryne verrucosa, which were then the smallest frogs known on Earth. In 2012 the description of Paedophryne amanuensis took the title of world's......

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