The discovery of 27 vertebrates fully reveals the unmatched biodiversity in Tanzania

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Categories: Biodiversity | New Species | Species Discovery
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Main Report: Phys.org | Journal: Diversity and Distributions
Category: Amphibians, Reptiles, General | Taxa: | Named for:
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A study by an international team of scientists coordinatedby Italy’s MUSE – Science Museum updates knowledge on the faunal richness of the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania and Kenya; presents the discovery of 27 new vertebrate species (of which 23 amphibians and reptiles); identifies the drivers of the area’s exception biological importance and advocates for its candidature to the UNESCO’s List of World Heritage Sites.

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