“On December 20, 2022, in the midst of the World Cup celebrations, we submitted our manuscript, and on May 30, 2023, our most recent work, a new fossil species of frog, was finally published in the prestigious Journal of Vertebrate Palaeontology. ”, the experts said.
They also explained that they wanted to pay “a heartfelt tribute to the national football team, but above all to the goalkeeper who defended the Argentine goal over and over again” and who made them “scream, laugh and cry with each of his interventions”.
According to Turazzini and Gómez, after several studies, the prehistoric frog lived in the early Pliocene, about five million years ago.
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