Discovery of an Ancient Giant-Headed Amphibian with a Sticky Tongue

Extinct amphibian species with a strong sticky tongue for catching insects have been found by scientists for the first time ever.

Researchers in Germany said that the species, Chemnitzion richteri, employed an ambush technique to eat.

The species, which has a big head but a tiny body, evolved in eastern German woodlands 300 million years ago.

An excavation location near the site of a petrified forest yielded the new species discovered by scientists.

 "The species remnants were found near Frankenberger Road in Chemnitz-Hilbersdorf, precisely where the local fire station is located today."'

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