Hunt for ‘extinct’ frogs begins

BBC: A frog hunt like no other is about to begin, as conservationists scour the world for species thought to be extinct but which may just be hanging on. Over the next two months, missions will begin in 14 countries searching for species such as the golden toad, the hula painted frog and the scarlet frog. Amphibians are the most threatened animals on the planet, with one third of species at risk of extinction. Many have been eliminated by a fungal disease carried in ......

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