(Second) Smallest salamander in U.S. discovered

NWF   |   July 8, 2009

Smallestsala A new and tiny species of amphibian has been discovered in Georgia.

Physorg.com reports:

The newly discovered salamander, which is the second-smallest salamander species in the U.S. and one of the smallest in the world at just two inches long, is now under study by a diverse group of researchers from several U.S. colleges. The team is searching for more of the salamanders, which are detailed in a new paper appearing in the .

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