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New species found: walking catfish, Beelzebub bat and two-legged lizard

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From a devilish-looking bat to a frog that sings like a bird, scientists have identified 126 new species in the Greater Mekong area, the WWF said in a new report detailing discoveries in 2011. But threats to the region's biodiversity mean many of the new species are already struggling to survive, the conservation group warned. "The good news is new discoveries. The bad news is that it is getting harder and harder in the world of conservation and environmental sustainability," Nick Cox, manager of WWF-Greater Mekong's Species Programme, said.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/earthpicturegalleries/9753208/New-species-found-walking-catfish-Beelzebub-bat-and-two-legged-lizard.html

More new and crazy looking species discovered. Such irony that new species are being discovered when there are already so many species that have gone extinct. 

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Walking Catfish are well known, they've already migrated to America

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9 hours ago, Cinnamon said:

More new and crazy looking species discovered. Such irony that new species are being discovered when there are already so many species that have gone extinct. 

I wonder what the next generation of humans will look like . If everything living can change way not humans ? I think we are changing now with forced multiculturalism . Evolution is strange .

Animals are cute but I'm not sure about humans . 

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