New York has a lot of things--museums, parks, restaurants, world famous sky-scrapers, world-series winning baseball teams. Now its got its own frog. According to today's New York Times, a new species of leopard frog has been discovered on Staten Island. Of course, the frog doesn't just live there. New York shares "its" frog with Connecticut, New Jersey, and other states in the region. Nevertheless, I predict the New York Leopard Frogs will certainly emerge as one of the top names for the city's Little League teams this spring.
_I am a writer of both fiction and nonfiction for children and young adults. As a former archivist, I am especially interested in history and love visiting museums and libraries of all kinds.
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