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Found in the 'Lost World'

Found in the 'Lost World'

While this creature may look like a Muppet gone awry or the infamous Chubacabra, it's actually a tube-nosed bat that was discovered in an area of Papa New Guinea dubbed the 'Lost World.' The winged-mammal was joined by nearly 200 other animals that were documented for the first-time ever after an expedition into the area. Among the other finds were a vibrant black-and-white striped opossum and a tree frog that is the size of a human thumbnail. You can check out the complete gallery of breathtaking discoveries here.

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