A new species of tree frog has been found in Madagascar by a student from the University of Bristol. The 'boophis ankarafensis' was identified by Samuel Penny during a student trip to the Sahamalaza Peninsula of Madagascar to study amphibians and the noises they make.
The frog is described as green with red speckles across its head and back. Adult males are around 24mm long and females 29mm long.
To see Madagascar's amazingly diverse creatures for yourself, plan your Mighty Fine trip to this magical island today!