PHOTOS: Brilliant New Frog, Salamander Species Found

PHOTOS: Brilliant New Frog, Salamander Species Found
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This wide-eyed species is one of three so-called glass frogs discovered in Colombian rain forests in late 2008, Conservation International announced February 4, 2009.

The frog's natural habitat is threatened by forestry, cattle ranching, illegal farming, mining, and other development that fragments the natural landscape.

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— Photograph courtesy Marco Rada/Conservation International-Colombia
 
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