Worldwide search for ‘lost frogs’ ends with 4% success, but some surprises

Mongabay: Worldwide search for 'lost frogs' ends with 4% success, but some surprises Unprecedented search evidence of 'Sixth Great Extinction'. Last August, a group of conservation agencies launched the Search for Lost Frogs, which employed 126 researchers to scour 21 countries for 100 amphibian species, some of which have not been seen for decades. After five months, expeditions found 4 amphibians out of the 100 targets, highlighting the likelihood that most of the remaining species are in fact extinct;......

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