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Hopping To The Frontier: Following A Frog's Evolutionary Movements

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    A common species of Asian tree frog may actually be two separate species according to new genetic data collected by an international group of scientists. If the two groups of frogs are confirmed to be different species, assigning their scientific names may require searching historical records of foreign explorers in Japan during the 1800s. VV_5YIwkBFY.gif

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