Chilean scientists have rediscovered a species of frog that was last seen 80 years ago, or at least they think. While experts work to verify that this is the same species of frog that American researcher Gregory Hall discovered in 1935, they are also working to protect the rare amphibian. It was relocated to a tiny hot spring oasis near Ollague in Chile’s Atacama desert. They are calling for protection of the frog’s habitat in the face of increased demands for water from mining, tourism development and expanding cities.

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