Why is a mushroom growing on a frog? Scientists don’t know, but it sure looks weird

In a bizarre, never-before-seen case, a live frog was found in India with a mushroom growing from its skin, leaving scientists puzzled.

The frog — identified as Rao’s intermediate golden-backed frog (Hylarana intermedia) — was spotted sitting among 40 other individuals from the same species, perched on a twig with a white stalk and gray cap protruding out of its left flank.


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