Scientists Discover New Species

Scientists have discovered a new species. A two-foot long salamander with no rear legs, and spots like a leopard, has been living in the waters of Florida and Alabama. Not a bigfoot, but still cool.

THERE HAVE BEEN whispers for decades that a creature with the spots of a leopard and the body of an eel lurked in the swamps of Florida and Alabama. Rumor had it the animal was as long as a man’s arm, with glistening gray skin, and frills on either side of its face.

But unlike Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster, this animal is real. And today scientists have given it a name: the reticulated siren.

“It was basically this mythical beast,” says David Steen, a wildlife ecologist at the Georgia Sea Turtle Center and co-author of a paper officially describing the new species published December 5 in the journal PLOS ONE. Informally, people have called it the leopard eel, though it is clearly not an eel (and zero parts big cat).

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  1. I have a lot of money and I haven't discovered shit

  2. This salamander is much cooler than bigfoot because it actually exists. There are specimens of it and everything.


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