Extinct-species list just reduced by 8

12/1/2009 | MSNBC

Eight species thought extinct have been shown to be alive and well. Among the rediscoveries are a crow found in a remote, mountainous region of Indonesia, an Asian turtle with a penchant for eating rhinoceros poop and 1.5-inch-long frog that was thought to have been wiped out by a fungus in Australia.

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