Yes, in fact, a recent scientific research study deep in the Amazonian rain forests of Ecuador has discovered a completely new species of transparent frog. The Nymphagus chancas or Glass Frog’s entire skin is transparent allowing one to view the amphibian’s internal organs. Additionally, recent laboratory work with amphibian DNA has allowed Japanese scientists to manufacture frogs with transparent, or at least translucent skin.
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