The Bururi long-fingered frog has been found alive and well in Africa having not been seen since 1949.
Feared extinct, a member of this rare species was picked up during a biodiversity study in the region. "The last time this species was seen was the first time this species was seen - that's the state of our knowledge in this little corner of Africa," said team member David Blackburn. The frog gets its name from having an unusually elongated finger on each hand.
"Last seen in 1949, the 1. 3-inch-long (3."
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