The Bornean Rainbow Toad Is Alive!

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This photo, taken June 13, 2011 and released by Institute of Biodiversity and Environmental Conservation, shows an adult female Bornean Rainbow Toad, also referred to as Sambas Stream Toad (Ansonia latidisca) in Penrissen, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo. Scientists scouring the mountains of Borneo spotted the toads, which were last seen by European explorers in 1924, providing the world with the first photographs of the colorful, spindly-legged creature, a researcher said Thursday, July 14, 2011. (AP Photo/Institute of Biodiversity and Environmental Conservation, Indraneil Das)  NO SALE, MANDATORY CREDIT, ONE TIME USE ONLY, NO ARCHIVES
This photo, taken June 13, 2011 and released by Institute of Biodiversity and Environmental Conservation, shows an adult female Bornean Rainbow Toad, also referred to as Sambas Stream Toad (Ansonia latidisca) in Penrissen, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo. Scientists scouring the mountains of Borneo spotted the toads, which were last seen by European explorers in 1924, providing the world with the first photographs of the colorful, spindly-legged creature, a researcher said Thursday, July 14, 2011. (AP Photo/Institute of Biodiversity and Environmental Conservation, Indraneil Das) NO SALE, MANDATORY CREDIT, ONE TIME USE ONLY, NO ARCHIVES Photo: Indraneil Das

The dazzling Bornean rainbow toad, seen here sitting on what appears to be coleslaw, wasn't seen for 87 years before three of them were spotted recently by a team of Malaysian researchers. This photo, snapped by professor Indraneil Das, is the first ever taken of the rainbow toad.

Lost rainbow toad is rediscovered [BBC]
'Lost' toad rediscovered in Borneo [CNN]