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Old 15th November 2016   #1
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I found this article while uploading a few of my photos to Google plus. Apparently they've described three new Thorius species, that are all heading for extinction. Here's the article to read it for yourselves: 3 Tiny Salamander Species Found, Each Smaller Than a Coin



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