World's First Fluorescent Frog
Star Champions|January 2018

World’s First Fluorescent Frog

Jawad Husaini

Science has identified over 2 million species including plants, animals and microbes and is constantly searching novel life forms. In a similar attempt, researchers have discovered the world’s first fluorescent frog lately.

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