Gone to the frogs: tiny amphibians make for big find

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Gone to the frogs: tiny amphibians make for big find

This discovery appears to show a previously unknown subpopulation, making it only the fifth left in the world

University of Stellenbosch student Oliver Angus has made a rare and unexpected discovery of a critically endangered micro-frog species in the Western Cape.

This discovery at the Nuwejaars wetlands appears to show a previously unknown subpopulation, making it only the fifth left in the world.

“It also seems to indicate that the Agulhas Plain is a stronghold for the species, with another subpopulation found in the neighbouring Agulhas National Park...

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