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Wacky wildlife discovered in Borneo


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WILDLIFE researchers said they have discovered around 120 new species on Borneo island, including a lungless frog, the world's longest insect and a slug that fires "love darts" at its mate.

Conservation group World Wildlife Fund (WWF) listed the new finds in a report on a remote area of dense, tropical rainforest that borders Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei on Borneo, AFP reported.

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That is so cool!

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Amazing I wonder what the other rainforest we might discover if we stop cutting down

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120 new species!? that is remarkable! Now I'm just waiting for deforestation to kill all 120 species so they can build a mini mall or something.... Humanity is so doomed.

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Wow, some of them are indeed wacky. Even wackier than Australia's wildlife. Heh.

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Too bad they all will become extinct,Man does not know how to care for the world let alone rare animals.Man will see to the destruction of them real soon,it does not matter how much we try to stop the destuction it will happen.All those bueatiful animals and we cant keep our noses out of their lives.WHY CANT WE JUST LEAVE THEM ALONE,The world was better off not knowing of them.

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Too bad they all will become extinct,Man does not know how to care for the world let alone rare animals.Man will see to the destruction of them real soon,it does not matter how much we try to stop the destuction it will happen.All those bueatiful animals and we cant keep our noses out of their lives.WHY CANT WE JUST LEAVE THEM ALONE,The world was better off not knowing of them.

I reckon you're right, but human curiosity is on par with your common feline. :hmm:

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