Study: Number of Frogs, Toads Declining at Alarming Rate
Michael - 5 hours ago - denverpost.com
They would be the most affected by the toxins we use and ends up in our water. What a shame. Thanks Dianne and Michael.
thanks for sharing
This is what happening with the populations of all animals; the numbers are declining. Man is doing a good job in destroying our earth and environment. We have to wake up or we will one day discover that man is the last standing, and then---there will be nothing.
Thanks Michael too for the article. As I said when I started this group. Amphibians have Porous Skin like us and when they are in trouble so are we. In between storms again so gotta go and Food Pantry day tomorrow so I'm off to bed, Fruddys. xoxo
The Last 50 Corroboree Frogs and Other Links From the Brink | Extinction Countdown, Scientific American Blog Network
Sad that our grandchildren and great grandchildren will never have the opportunity to live in the same world as these beautiful frogs.
Very sad, but at least they have a captive breeding program so they won't totally disappear.
Really good article and some good news. I also liked the one about Kenya imposing more jail time for poachers. I agree Penny, at least there is a Sanctuary for the lil' froggie. xo