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February 18th, 2013
Remote Philippine Island is a Biodiversity Hotspot

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A misty mountain range on the Philippine island of Luzon boasts more than 100 species of reptiles and amphibians, according to a new catalog of the region’s species. On the entire island, more than 150 reptile and amphibian species exist. The catalog, published on Feb. 7 in the journal ZooKeys, is the first for the remote region, known as the Sierra Madre Mountains, which lies on the Northeastern portion of the island. The study reveals that the region may be a hidden hotspot for biodiversity. Read More

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