Biodiversity

The new species discovered in 2020

Leap year? 2020 oversaw the discovery of a few new frog species. Image: REUTERS/Carlos Jasso

Lizzy Rosenberg

Associate editor, Distractify

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a Carolina Sandhills Salamander.
The Carolina Sandhills Salamander. Image: TODD PUSSER
Greater gliders, possum-like mammals.
Greater Gliders. Image: James Cook University
a black and white striped spider with a red bottom
A Loureedia Phoenixi Spider. Image: K. SHEIKHI
snails
Tegula Kusairo Yamazak. Image: DAISHI YAMAZAKI
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