A silent call | 02.10.2017


Two species of the genus Brachycephalus, known as pumpkin toadlet and pitanga toadlet, are deaf to their own voices. Luís Felipe Toledo, professor at Unicamp’s Biology Institute, speaks on the discovery and their auditory system.

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