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AP (Jan. 11, 2012) — A frog that can sit on your little finger's nail with room to spare has been crowned the world's smallest vertebrate, out-tinying a fish that got the title in 2006. The adult frogs are about three-tenths of an inch long, found in New Guinea.
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New Frog Species Found in New York City

New Frog Species Found in New York City

Buzz60 (Mar. 14, 2012) — Jeremy Feinberg, a Rutgers University doctorate candidate, first discovered the unnamed species, a new type of leopard frog, in 2009. Scientists are now officially calling it a new species based off DNA tests. Patrick Jones has more on the frogs that like to hang by Yankee Stadium.
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Scientists in India Discover 'Dancing Frogs'

Scientists in India Discover 'Dancing Frogs'

AP (May 8, 2014) — Scientists have discovered 14 new species of so-called dancing frogs in the jungle mountains of southern India - just in time, as scientists fear they may soon become extinct. (May 8) Video provided by AP
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Peru's 'Frog Juice' Claims Big Health Benefits

Peru's 'Frog Juice' Claims Big Health Benefits

AP (Nov. 17, 2014) — Many people Peru have long believed that drinking a juice made of whole, raw, blended frogs cures a wide range of ailments, but doctors are cautious of the claims. (Nov. 17) Video provided by AP
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