Study: Vietnamese flying frog has forearm flaps, webbed feet

01/15/2013 | National Geographic News

Scientists hiking along Vietnamese lowland forests found a new type of flying frog that is "one of the most flying frogs of the flying frogs." The frog has large feet with webbing that extends to the toepads, while females have forearm flaps to help them glide. Studies on the new frog were published in the Journal of Herpetology.

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