Gallery: New Leopard Frog Species Discovered in New York City!

If you think cities are devoid of nature and wildlife, think again. Last fall, scientists announced that they discovered a new bee species in the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and now, a new group of researchers have identified a new species of leopard frog. After four years of studies, Jeremy Feinberg and four other scientists are finally sure that they have discovered an entirely new amphibian — right here in New York City. Much like the Brooklyn bee, the new frog, yet to be named, has been living among us for who knows how long, and Feinberg first took notice of it because of its unique croak.

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