Invading Bullfrogs March Down the Yellowstone River

Nature World: Bullfrogs are bullying their way up the Yellow Stone River, invading the floodplains of Montana, according to a new study. And experts are saying that this may be one of the hardest invasions to fight. In most of the country, and even the world, amphibians are on the decline. Favoring wet marshlands, elevating temperatures and intense drought conditions are eliminating areas where these delicate creatures can mate and raise their offspring. However, the American bullfrog is one amphibian who didn't......

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