NAT GEO’s Top Ten Weirdest Stories of 2012

By  //  December 30, 2012

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National Geographic Editor Picks

(Image courtesy Christopher Austin, Louisiana State University)

From a genitalia-headed fish to a two-faced cat—it’s been a weird and wild year at National Geographic. And for their weird fans, they have rounded up their editor’s picks for the ten oddest stories of 2012. 

Coming in as tenth weirdest is the housefly-size frog Paedophryne amauensis (above), the world’s smallest known vertebrate.

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Posted by Christine Dell’Amore of National Geographic News in Weird & Wild on December 17, 2012


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