Frog Sighting Smallest in the World

Havana - Cuba not only has a row of exotic beaches. If the entry and venturing into the forest, get ready to see the world's smallest frog. Less than 1 cm in length!

As reported by the BBC Travel, Friday (01/08/2016) has been Cuba is between the United States and South America, precisely in the middle between the Florida (US) and Venezuela only famous for beaches only. White sandy beaches and clear blue oceans.
Moreover, Cuba offers many tourist attractions of the culinary culture to shake up the tongue. For the adventurous, the country's Che Guevara also has a row of national parks covered with tropical forests.
There is one thing that a traveler will find in the tropical forests. Local people call, aka the Monte Iberia frogs are small. How long is the body? Only 10 milli meters are less than 1 cm!
Monte Iberia frog size is very small (Animal Kingdom / Youtube)
The frog is black or brown. They are easily found in the trees precisely in the foliage. Body shape is very small and easily camouflaged, difficult for a traveler to see it. Must be really careful.
The researchers assessed the Monte Iberia scientific name Eleutherodactylus iberia, fall into one of three types of the smallest frogs in the world. But specifically in the Earth's northern hemisphere, this is the smallest frog in there.
Tropical forest in Cuba (Tanveer Badal / BBC Travel)
This frog is most easily found in the eastern region of Cuba, precisely in the province of Holguin within 8 hours by car from the Cuban capital, Havana. There are two national parks, namely Alejandro de Humboldt National Park and the Sierra Cristal National Park so the frog habitat.
Monte Iberia, was first discovered in 1996. But apparently the researchers still believe that in Cuba there are smaller frogs again. Dear, 10 mm alone is very little what if there are still smaller than it huh?
Frog measuring 10 mm (Animal Kingdom / Youtube)
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