A colourful, spindly-legged toad was recently spotted by scientists in Borneo.
The last time anyone had seen it was 1924, when it was reported by European explorers.
The bright green, purple and red toad is known as the Sambas Stream Toad, or the Borneo Rainbow Toad.
Many people had assumed it was extinct.
In July, three of the toads were found on three separate trees in Borneo, Indonesia which is an island off the coast of Southeast Asia. Borneo is the third-largest island in the world.
A professor at the Sarawak Malaysia University led the expedition to look for the toads.