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World’s loneliest frog finds a possible mate – BBC News

It is about to change a frog named Romeo, who was thought to be the last of his kind, isn’t the only one left.

The Sehuencas liquid frog had been alone in a container at an aquarium in Bolivia for a decade while scientists tried to find him a mate.
But now scientists from the Museo de Historia Natural Alcide d’Orbigny in Cochabamba City have found five more – the first to be seen in the wild for ten years.
Water frogs are diminishing rapidly in Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru because of threats such as climate change, habitat ruin and the purpose of applying invasive trout.

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