Frog Fact Of The Day: The Smallest Frog in the World Is the Size of a Housefly When Fully Grown.


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At just 0.3 inches in length, Paedophryne amauensis is the smallest frog in the world. It is roughly the size of a common housefly. Discovered in 2012, it also holds the prestigious title of the world’s smallest vertebrate. This notable honor previously belonged to an Asian fish species, Paedocypris progenetica. It’s hard to believe that a body that tiny can house a fully formed and functional skeleton.

Deez frogs facts of da day are shared on Twitter by The N.M.O.

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Deez be such tiny creatures! Nature is amazing.

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Super cool! I didn't know this itsy-bitsy froggie! 😁🙏💚✨🤙

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