This video from the USA says about itself:
Newfound species of frog has eyes like Kermit
20 April 2015
The frog, found in Costa Rica, has translucent skin and eyes that many people say resemble those of the world’s most famous frog.
Real-Life Kermit the Frog Found in Costa Rica
Wildlife researcher Brian Kubicki has identified a new species of glass frog that bears a striking resemblance to everyone’s favorite childhood frog. Discovered in Costa Rica, Hyalinobatrachium dianae is easily identifiable by its lime green flesh, translucent underside and large, Kermit-like eyes.
H. dianae was discovered in the Talamanca mountains; it is the first new species of glass frog to be discovered in Costa Rica in over 40 years. Kubicki posits that the frog remained hidden from researchers for so long thanks to its mating call, which more closely resembles that of insects than frogs.
No word yet if there is a Miss Piggy look-alike pig also residing in the same jungle.
Click here for more information from The Tico Times.
Miss Piggy-like pigs are not in jungles in Costa Rica, as far as I know. Collared peccaries, related to pigs, do live there.
The scientific description of the new frog species is here.
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