A new species of jumping frog was discovered in Tanzania.

They have an unusual color, do not know how to croak and interact by touch.

Science News writes about it.

The frog was named Hyperolius ukaguruensis.

It also differs from other frogs in color.

Most amphibians from this group are green-silver, while Hyperolius ukaguruensis is golden-brown.

Instead of the usual croaking, the females of these frogs touch the spines on the males' throats to identify potential mates.

Biologists compare this method of information exchange to Braille.

Guess what, Chinese paleontologists have established a new type of 


fossil found in Yunnan province in southwest China, 518 million years old. 

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