Frogspawn study revels climate change dangers

Press Association: A study of thousands of records of when UK frogs spawn revealed the amphibians are closely adapted to local conditions - which could put them at risk as the climate changes. More than 50,000 records of frogspawn, including contributions from the public and BBC Springwatch viewers, were used to see how common frogs responded to temperature across different parts of the UK. Frogs spawn earlier in warmer years, which provides a longer period for tadpoles to develop, potentially ......

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