Among the findings, four new species of beetles, cave salamanders and translucent snail.
Scientists have discovered 30 previously unknown species of animals in the cave lakes of Croatia, reports the BBC.
A team of scientists spent two years studying the lake, hidden deep in the caves of the Croatian national Park in Dalmatia.
Among the findings, four new species of beetles and cave Salamander – an animal without eyes oriented in space using the sense of smell and tactile sensations. The researchers also found a translucent snail.
Scientists believe that the caves could be many more unknown animals. Cave exploration continues.
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