Not All Frogs Are Doomed By That Deadly Amphibian Fungus

Gizmodo: For twenty years, the deadly fungal disease Bd has been wiping out amphibians across the world. But a new study offers hope that some frogs will be spared, thanks in part to an unexpected savior: climate change. It’s not often that we hear about positive impacts of anthropogenic climate change. And yet, a team of scientists at the Wildlife Conservation Society is now predicting that in Africa’s Albertine Rift--one of the most biodiverse places on the planet--global warming will cause Bd’s range......

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