Monday, September 8, 2008

Rare frog filmed for the first time in Costa Rica.

The Red Eyed Stream frog (Duellmanohyla uranochroa) is critically endangered worldwide. This vividly coloured frog has been flimed for the first time by a team from the University of Manchester whilst on a field trip in Costa Rica.

This inceredibly rare find was captured on film by a BBC news crew which was following the work of the team.

You can see footage of the find here.

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