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Between 2014 and 2015, more than 381 new species were discovered in the Amazon rainforest — that’s as many as one about every two days. It’s the fastest rate seen this century.

The new species consist of 216 plants, 93 fish, 32 amphibians, 20 mammals, 19 reptiles and 1 bird — among them an endangered pink river dolphin, a freshwater stingray, and a small, red-tailed monkey called Milton’s titi. The wildlife was found across all nine South American countries that contain parts of the Amazon rainforest.

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