Chris Hannah

He Spent His Career Studying a Frog. Then He Discovered Its True Identity → #

I just watched a fascinating video by the National Geographic. Where Andrew Gray, a Curator of Herpetology at Manchester Museum, spent years researching the Splendid leaf frog, and later discover something truly surprising about the specimens that have already been collected.

There’s a few twists and turns in the story, and to withhold the pleasure of discovering them as you watch, I’ve not disclosed any spoilers.

Watch the video on YouTube.

Tags: Zoology

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