Romeo, The World’s Loneliest Frog, May Have Finally Found A Juliet That Can Save His Species — CBS Sacramento

(CNN) — The world’s loneliest frog is finally close to relationship status. Scientists have found a potential mate for Romeo, the Sehuencas water frog who’s been alone and single for the last 10 years. Housed in a museum in Bolivia, Romeo was considered possibly the last living water frog of his kind. The big-eyed amphibian…

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