In 2009 two herpetologists found a 11.4 millimeter midget frog named the Noble’s Pygmy Frog. Noble’s Pygmy Frog was discovered only because of its croaking in Manu National Park. Females lay eggs a mere 4 millimeters in size. It is believed their small size and the mist / weather of south-eastern Peru is why the frog remained undiscovered for so long.
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