Despite a global decline in the number of amphibians over the past 25 years, the number of species has skyrocketed, say researchers from University of California, Berkeley.
3,000 new species have been discovered, bringing the total number of known species to 7,000. The latest one: a high elevation glass frog from Manu National Park in Amazonian Peru, Centrolene sabini.
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