Pea size frog in Borneo

Posted: 27 August 2010 by reanxyz in Uncategorized

i read from one news article from BT, they mentioned about Brunei 70% forest cover (with very high % of forest been primary), while in Sarawak, they have 70% of  secondary forest cover (have been logged and replanted)..

and luckily they still can find some unique species of animal in sarawak

This April 2010 photo released by scientist Indraneil Das shows a Microhyla nepenthicola male frog that was discovered in the jungle on Borneo island in Malaysia.

This April 2010 photo released by scientist Indraneil Das shows a Microhyla nepenthicola male frog that was discovered in the jungle in Borneo Island

Frog tadpoles grow in the liquid inside carnivorous plant (read more).. ahaha… so cool

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