New species in Indonesia

A team of scientists exploring the forests of Indonesia in the remote mountains of Foggia, found a wide variety of animal species, including some brand new.

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A frog with a nose like Pinocchio. The male of this kind of nose goes up, when he calls the female. When he is less active, the nose dropped down. Herpetologist Paul Oliver found a frog on a bag of rice in the camp of the research team. (Tim Laman / National Geographic / PA)






Another new species - a bat, feed on the nectar of tropical plants. (Tim Laman / National Geographic / PA)




Big hairy rat. (Tim Laman / National Geographic / PA)




The researchers also found the imperial pigeons with gray, white and brown feathers. (Tim Laman / National Geographic / PA)




Wood mouse. Most likely, a new kind of outdoor Christopher Helgenom of the Smithsonian Institution. (Tim Laman / National Geographic / PA)




These discoveries, among them also "gargulievidny" gecko with yellow eyes, have been made within the framework of a research program in the area is considered a "lost world". (Tim Laman / National Geographic / PA)



International and Indonesian scientists have discovered that forest wallaby - the smallest member of the kangaroo family in the world. (Tim Laman / National Geographic / PA)



Scientists have found that black and white butterfly, pertaining to the ordinary mind monarch. This - one of the few species found in remote mountain Foggia in Indonesia. (Tim Laman / National Geographic / PA)



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