Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Scientists Discover New Species of Frog In.... New York City

Scientists have been able to conclusively determine that a new species of frog inhabits the New York City metro area (a region spanning from Trenton, New Jersey up into the Hudson River Valley and Southern Connecticut. The species of leopard frog has been overlooked because its physical appearance isn't all that different than other species. However, it has a distinctive call and has a distinct DNA profile.

No name has been selected for the frog, so if you have suggestions, leave them in the comments.

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