Report: Philippine island is a bed of reptilian, amphibian diversity

02/10/2013 | LiveScience.com

More than 150 reptile and amphibian species are thriving on the remote Philippine island of Luzon, according to a species catalog published in the journal ZooKeys. Many of the creatures found in the Sierra Madre Mountains are native to the region, and more than one-third don't belong to a taxonomy, suggesting that they may be completely new species, researchers say.

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