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In this April 2010 photo released by scientist Indraneil Das shows a Microhyla nepenthicola male frog that was discovered in the jungle on Borneo island in Malaysia. One of the world's tiniest frogs, barely larger than a pea, has been found living in and around carnivorous plants on Borneo island, one of the scientists who made the accidental discovery said Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010. (AP Photo/Indraneil Das)
Photo by: Indraneil Das
In this April 2010 photo released by scientist Indraneil Das shows a Microhyla nepenthicola male frog that was discovered in the jungle on Borneo island in Malaysia. One of the world's tiniest frogs, barely larger than a pea, has been found living in and around carnivorous plants on Borneo island, one of the scientists who made the accidental discovery said Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010. (AP Photo/Indraneil Das)

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