Futurity.org is reportin’ that a teeny tiny mcfroggersons was discovered in Papua New Guinea! The story goes:
When two Cornell University undergraduates and a recent graduate went on a field research trip to Papua New Guinea in 2008, little did they know it would lead to entries in the Guinness Book of World Records and a groundbreaking research paper.
On his knees poking at a millipede, Grundler heard a clicking sound he and others had previously assumed was crickets, but turning his head, he saw a tiny frog inflating its vocal sack… The adult males reach an average size of 8.5 millimeters.
Photo by Rittmeyer et al. Story sent in by Chief Financial Occifer The Dude.