Thursday, September 17, 2009

It is too easy being green!

Flying frog This red-footed tree frog—discovered in 2007 in the Indian state of Assam—is among the 353 new species found in the Eastern Himalaya between 1998 and 2008, according to a report released in August by the conservation group WWF. Dubbed the “flying frog,” this unusual amphibian uses its webbed feet as an aid while gliding through the air. (via nationalgeographic)

Flying frog

This red-footed tree frog—discovered in 2007 in the Indian state of Assam—is among the 353 new species found in the Eastern Himalaya between 1998 and 2008, according to a report released in August by the conservation group WWF.

Dubbed the “flying frog,” this unusual amphibian uses its webbed feet as an aid while gliding through the air. (via nationalgeographic)

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