World without Frogs: Combined Threats May Croak Amphibians

As many as one third of the nearly 6,000 known amphibian species — frogs, toads, salamanders, even wormlike caecilians — are threatened with extinction, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature. And no one knows why

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