Glass frogs reappear in Bolivia after 18 years | Inquirer Lifestyle
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Handout picture released by Bolivia's Natural History Museum "Alcide d'Orbigny" on January 27, 2020, showing one of three 'glass frogs', found on January 8, at the Sehuencas National Park, some 120 km east from Cochabamba, Bolivia. - Three specimens of the so-called 'glass frog', an endemic species which is characterized by having transparent belly skin, were found after 18 years, researches said. (Photo by Oliver QUINTEROS / Natural History Museum "Alcide d'Orbigny" / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO /Natural History Museum "Alcide d'Orbigny"/Oliver QUINTEROS " - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS

Glass frogs reappear in Bolivia after 18 years