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'Cocoa' Frog

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This sleek chocolate-colored "cocoa" frog (Hypsiboas sp.) may be new to science. This species is arboreal, using circular discs on their fingers and toes…Read More »









to adeptly climb into the treetops. Exploring for the first time the most remote forests in the greenest country in the world, scientists with Conservation International’s Rapid Assessment Program document new species and climate-resilient sources of freshwater and other ecosystem services central to Suriname’s sustainable development. [Read full story on the Suriname discoveries   Less «
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