Frantic fight to save frogs from killer fungus

Washington Post: In moist, mossy rooms, rows of glass aquariums bathed in an eerie light shelter the last of the last of the frogs. It is a secure facility, for here reside the sole survivors of their species, rescued from the wild before a modern plague swept through their home forests and streams in a ferocious doomsday event that threatens these amphibians with extinction. Time is running out. In what may be the greatest disease-driven loss of biodiversity in recorded history, hundreds of frog species around......

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