Scientists in the Field
Spiral Notebook
Could Kermit be a Real Frog?
by Lily Kessinger
May 7, 2015
Could Kermit be a Real Frog?
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Ever wonder where Kermit the Frog got his dashing good looks from? Well, recently a new species of frog with a striking similarity to the beloved Muppet was discovered in Costa Rica.

You can read more about the Kermit doppelganger and view a picture here.

Also, be sure to check out The Frog Scientist by Pamela S. Turner, illustrated by Andy Comins for more information about these fascinating creatures.

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