NEW SPECIES DISCOVERED IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA!

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1994

National Geographic and the New Scientist has reported that a plethora of new species have been found on an expedition to the remote Foja mountains of Papua New Guinea.

The species were discovered on an expedition supported by Conservation International and the National Geographic Society.

The scientists who embarked on the treacherous journey discovered a host of new species, ranging from a bizarre tree frog with a long protuberance on its nose, which points upwards when the male is calling, to a bee-like bat, to the smallest species of kangaroo yet to be found in the wild — the Dwarf wallaby.

These extraordinary discoveries serve as a continuing reminder that there are still numerous zoological mysteries waiting to be discovered in the impenetrable forests, lush jungles and dark depths of our oft explored Earth.

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