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Long-fingered African frog rediscovered after 62 years

The Bururi long-fingered frog (Cardioglossa cyaneospila) is an unusually shaped creature — the males have a single finger on their feet that’s longer than the others. Since its last sighting in 1949, the frog was thought to have gone extinct, but herpetologists have managed to rediscover a single specimen in a recent expedition to Burundi. 

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