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world's smallest frog

 
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Smaller than a dime and chirps like a cricket. Researchers found it by scooping up leaf litter and then sorting through it bit by bit.

http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/notrocketscience/2012/01/11/no-wait-this-is-the-world%E2%80%99s-smallest-frog/




Shows how much we still don't know about our ecosystems.
 
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Just one more pound of insecticide and the world as you know it may turn on a dime.
 
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Nature is so incredible! Just think of all the species we will never see because we destroyed them underfoot without even noticing.
 
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Source: http://tech.ca.msn.com/the-world%E2%80%99s-tiniest-animals#image=5

I wonder if the "quarter" snake eats the "dime" frog!
 
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Adrien Lapointe wrote:
I wonder if the "quarter" snake eats the "dime" frog!



I could imagine that! (Of course, it depends on what region they come from.)

I see you a tiny snake and raise you a bumble bee bat. Weighs less than a penny. From this Serious Facts FB post.

Someone said it looked like a golem!
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bumble bee bat
 
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