Chocolate Frog? New Burrowing Frog Species Unearthed in Amazon’s Rare Peatlands

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  • A small frog that resembles chocolate has been found in one of the rarest habitats in the Amazon rainforest, the Amazon peatlands.
  • The frog has been nicknamed the tapir frog because of its distinctive looking snout.
  • The species, although it has been known to locals had not been described yet by science.

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