Moms of this worm-like creature grow an extra layer of fat-rich skin and their young scrape it off and eat it as they're growing. ->
Scientists have revived the genome of an extinct Australian frog that gave birth through its mouth. ->
Frogs in West Africa have remained isolated from an otherwise global plague, the chytrid fungus, that has driven some amphibians to extinction. ->
Meet "Hammer-Biter," a newly discovered marsupial that lived 10 to 17 million years ago and had hammer-like teeth.
Could there be a version of the Loch Ness Monster living in a Siberian Lake? Some think so.
The toothy beast was a marine crocodile that looked part shark and part sinister dolphin.
The snake wranglers made sure the anaconda couldn't escape with its mouth taped, which would have been a death sentence for an animal with no appendages.
The estimate also comes with a price tag for describing all these Earth species, most of which are still unknown: $364 billion.
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