Thursday, January 12, 2012

World's Smallest Frog

Paedophryne Amauensis is the scientific name given to this little guy. They were discovered in the southwestern Pacific island nation of Papua New Guinea. They average just 7.7 millimeters long making it the world's smallest frog. P.A. also takes the prize for smallest know vertebrate(animal with backbone) Blue Whale being the largest.

A few more interesting facts:
They are born frogs they do not go through a tadpole stage
They eat mites
They are abundant and thriving
They are very cool

Have anymore info on this little guy? Leave a comment below thanks.

See Also

Smallest Chameleon Discovered in Madagascar



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