Farm Chemicals Accumulating in Wild Frogs in California

Nature World News: Commonly used chemicals in farms of California's Central Valley have accumulated in and affected a native frog species since many decades, researchers said. Researchers found that pesticides are affecting the Pacific chorus frog Pseudacris Regilla- a species of frog that can be found in the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Chemicals, such as pesticides and insecticides, can disrupt the frogs' immune system, making it vulnerable to various diseases. "Our results show that current-use pesticides,......

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