Goldmine of New Species Discovered in Southeast Asia

More than 1,000 new species are discovered in the Mekong region.

Goldmine of New Species Discovered in Southeast Asia

New Species Mekong dragon millipede
New Species Mekong Laotian rock rat
New Species Mekong Aeschynanthus mendumiae
New Species Mekong Heteropoda maxima
New Species Mekong Amphiesma leucomystax
New Species Mekong Gumprechts green pitviper
New Species Mekong Heteropoda dagmarae
New Species Mekong
New Species Mekong Theloderma licin
New Species Mekong Annamite striped rabbit
New Species Mekong Chiromantis samkosensis
New Species Mekong
The woolly bat Kerivoula kachinensis was first discovered in Myanmar in 2007, but has since been identified in a range of countries, including Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Vietnam. (Courtesy Pipat Soisook/WWF)
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