Wow! This frog looks exactly just like Kermit! You’d think it’s him but it’s not. Just take a good look at the color of the body and the eyes. You can’t deny that this frog almost has the same shade of green as Kermit’s body color. And the eyes pop out exactly the same way as Kermit’s. The similarities are awesome and amazing. It just makes you think that Kermit The Frog is really for real.
If you’re a Sesame Street fan, this newly discovered frog species will definitely bring back a lot of fond memories of your childhood days. You were (and probably, still are) a fan of Kermit The Frog. Seeing photos of this newly discovered frog species will definitely put a big smile on your face.
According to the Huffington Post:
A newly discovered species of glass frog has been found hiding in the rainforests of Costa Rica, and it looks nearly identical to Jim Henson’s Muppet masterpiece.
The scientific name of this newly discovered frog species is Hyalinobatrachium dianae. That’s way too long for anyone to remember, way too complicated to pronounce as well. You might as well name it Kermit.
Hyalinobatrachium dianae was first documented in a study released earlier this year by Brian Kubicki, the founder of the Costa Rican Amphibian Research Center, and two other researchers. The darling little jumper wasn’t named after its doppelganger, however, but after Kubicki’s mother, Janet Diane Kubicki.
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