“To date, this species was not considered endangered, based on its widespread distribution,” Senckenberg study leader Mario Vargas-Ramírez explained in the statement. “However, our results show that, due to the split into two species, the population size of each species is smaller than previously assumed.” Photo Credit: Flkckr / Michael | CC BY 2.0

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