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Over 200 new species found in the Himalayas

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Researchers have identified a treasure trove of new animal species in the Eastern Himalayas region.

In a remote area that some believe could be home to the mythical Yeti, scientists have discovered several hundred previously unknown species of plants, fish, amphibians, mammals and more.

Read More: http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/news/286832/over-200-new-species-found-in-the-himalayas

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jarjarbinks

this is region is named Kyrat ?

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Eldorado

And not one a Yeti. Grr. I live in hope.

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Poedung

Since when does the World Wrestling Federation explore the Himalayas?

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Nnicolette

I have heard of that monkey before thats not that new but i would sure love to see a pic of this blue dwarf walking snakehead fish.

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BeastieRunner

Since when does the World Wrestling Federation explore the Himalayas?

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jarjarbinks

Since when does the World Wrestling Federation explore the Himalayas?

RKO ! RKO FROM EVEREST !!!!!

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Anomalocaris

So interesting! thanks for sharing :tu:

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Mark56

I guess that's the only safe place left in the world to live.......now that I said that they'll probably stick a Walmart there.

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