‘Extinct’ frogs haven’t croaked — scientists

AFP: Delighted conservationists announced on Wednesday they had found two species of African frog and a Mexican salamander that had been feared to extinct. The find was made by scientists combing some of the world's remotest sites on a quest to determine the fate of a hundred species of amphibians that have not been sighted for decades. "These are fantastic finds and could have important implications for people as well as for amphibians," said Robin Moore, who is organising the ......

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