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On Philippine isle, research pinpoints 'bull's-eye' of biodiversit

(University of Kansas) Research uncovers a total of 126 new species, including 40 frogs, one caecilian, 49 lizards, 35 snakes, a freshwater turtle and a crocodile.
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