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How small can you be and still have a spine? Scientists are continually surprised by the answer. Researchers have discovered a new species of frog in Papua New Guinea that is smaller than many insects and dwarfed by a dime. The frog trumps the previously known smallest vertebrate—a tiny fish—by nearly 1 millimeter. Read more: news.mongabay.com...
Originally posted by Arbitrageur
reply to post by mcdgray129
That dime looks pretty big compared to the frog!
You could step on one of these guys and not even know it!
But maybe their small size helps them sneak up on their prey? There must be a reason they are so small, I just don't know what it is.