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New Species Found in Mysteriously Diverse Jungle

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Photo of green-blooded lizard from New Guinea

The green tree skink (Prasinohaema virens) is one of five described species of green-blooded lizards from New Guinea.

Credit: Chris Austin, Louisiana State University


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Photo of a new species of frog from New Guinea.

A new species of frog of the genus Hylophorbus from New Guinea.

Credit: Chris Austin, Louisiana State University


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Photo of Chris Austin giving an educational conservation poster to the headmaster's wife

Chris Austin gives an educational conservation poster to the wife of the headmaster of the local school in Utai Village on the north coast of Papua New Guinea.

Credit: Chris Austin, Louisiana State University


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