Shape-shifting frog species found in Cloud Forest of Ecuador's Andean

March 26, 2015 8:39 AM

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Researchers are claiming its ability to mirror its surroundings might change the frog to camouflage itself from birds and different predators but, this has however to be established.

Katherine Krynak, a PhD student at Case Western Reserve University, and her husband Tim Krynak, project manager at Cleveland rail road link parks natural resources division,, originally noticed the new species, which are referred to as the changeable rainfrog (Pristimantis mutabilis), in 2006 at nat...

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