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Old 10-15-03, 11:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Exclamation Outliving the newly discovered frog

The link takes you to an article on a newly discovered frog. It's been around since the dinosaurs and scientists have just now found it. Pretty cool huh?

I posed it here because I thought this might be of interest to people who normally aren't into amphibians. I hope that's okay with the moderators.
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Old 10-15-03, 11:03 PM   #2 (permalink)
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thats one neat looking frog
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wow cool! i thought there werent any more undescovered animals... its a pretty small world
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Oh man thats cool looking! Id love to have one too bad they are so rare
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New things are discovered all the time, it's just whether or not us "normal" people get told about it. Weird looking, it's legs look to small for it's body, and it's face looks like a mole, mouse, rat or something like that...
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wow, looks like his head is shrews without the long nose
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I love nature so much. How many frogs do you know survived longer than the mighty dinosaurs and have only just been discovered by humans now. Amazing.
They figure there is a species of giant sloth still living, although it would be a very limited population, in the Amazon of South America. There used to be something like 30 species of giant sloths and they went extinct only 10,000 years ago. Cool stuff.

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There have been approximately 1.3-1.5 million species described on Earth yet to date, conservative estimates are that there are 10 million organisms on Earth and some Scientists contest that there may be as many as 30-50 million species on Earth.
Fun fact: 99.9% of all species that have ever lived on Earth are now extinct.
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ive kept that page from the newspaper!! its so cute!! and purple!!!
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That's a cool looking frog. Neat.
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Old 10-16-03, 07:29 PM   #12 (permalink)
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That is just cool...and gotta love it!
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Looks alot like a Sheep frog, H. variolosus, only purple... Or narrowmouths?
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Thats cute in its own..kinda....wierd way hehehe
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Originally posted by Solid Snake
wow cool! i thought there werent any more undescovered animals... its a pretty small world

There's still tonnes of undiscovered plants and animals in the rainforests. some will never be discovered.
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