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Possibly Last Frog of His Kind Turns to Online Dating

  • Tue, 13 Feb 2018 23:16
A water frog dubbed Romeo by scientists has been calling for a mate from his museum home in Bolivia for about a decade now. The problem is that Romeo may well be the last frog of his species, explains Quartz . Researchers, however, haven't completely ruled out hope of finding a... Science from Newser


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