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The long-nosed tree frog is an entirely new species to science. It was discovered on a bag of rice at a campsite
Posted by AllAboutFrogs.org at 5:23 PM
Friday, May 14, 2010
“Researchers used high-speed cameras and slowed the video to study the jumping abilities of frogs. The team found that the frogs can use their very stretchy muscles to create energy to jump up to more than ten times their length.”
Friday, May 7, 2010
He is less than a centimetre long and is gripping for all its worth to the tip of a pencil. But don't be fooled by the size of this baby 'poison dart' frog, its skin is 200 times more toxic than morphine.
The frogs, among the most poisonous amphibians on the planet, are found only in the wild on the western slopes of the Andes in Ecuador, South America.
But now dozens of the rare species have been bred at the Blue Reef Aquarium in Portsmouth, Hampshire.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1269988/Warning-This-tiny-poison-frog-sitting-pencil-poisonous-make-YOU-croak.html#ixzz0nGAc00n5
Read the whole story here.