Somebody ought to tell Kermit he has another relative.
Another types of frog called the Hyalinobatrachium dianae has been found in Costa Rica. Like the glass frog, the lime-shaded land and water proficient has translucent skin on its underside and has eyes that make it resemble the acclaimed Muppet, Kermit.
The frog’s translucent stomach makes its inward organs simple to see, yet it’s those enormous, white eyes with impeccable dark focuses that give a particular, Muppet-like look.
The frog was shot by Dr. Brian Kubicki, who itemized the new species in a study with zoologist Stanley Salazar and Robert Puschendorf. Dr. Kubicki named the animal after his mom, Janet Diana Kubicki, as indicated by the Costa Rican Amphibian Research Center.
The frog was beforehand missed by researchers who were contemplating the territory, yet the creators credit this to the frog’s specific call. Dr.Kubicki says it sounds more like a bug than a frog, as indicated by The Tico Times, a Costa Rican news site.
The study depicts the frog’s “notice call” as “a solitary tonal long metallic shriek like note.” No word yet on whether the new species appreciates playing the ukulele or has a proclivity for chic pigs. Further study will be required.