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NEW SPECIES PICTURES: Flying Frog, Amber Gecko, More
Animals  (tags: Frog, Air, Amphibian )

- 3124 days ago -
Dubbed the "flying frog," this unusual amphibian uses its webbed feet as an aid while gliding through the air.
Cane Toad Hitches Ride to Karratha Garden Centre
Animals  (tags: auistralia, wildlife, wild animals, amphibian, cane toad, venomous, hitching ride )

- 3509 days ago -
A CANE toad has been discovered in Karratha after hitching a ride on plants delivered to a garden centre from Darwin. The adult cane toad was discovered over the weekend by nursery owners who captured the poisonous pest near a pond. The centre aler
Frog in the Works
Animals  (tags: australia, wildanimals, wildlife, amphibian, endangered, protection, multi-million-dollar development, jeopardy )

- 3771 days ago -
A multi-million-dollar development at Bokarina could be in jeopardy due to its impact on a rare species of frog. In a situation likened to the proposed Titanium Enterprises development at Pelican Waters, Stockland may not be able to build its Kawana Be
Toad Search Croaks
Animals  (tags: australia, wildanimals, wildlife, amphibian, cane toads, toxic, habitat, humans, animals )

- 3771 days ago -
The search for rogue cane toads around the northern Adelaide suburb of Mawson Lakes will be called off soon because none have been found. The Department of Land and Biodiversity has been searching for cane toads after one was found in a backyard last w
Researchers Identify New a Type of Frog
Animals  (tags: missouri, discovery, amphibian, frog, Cajun chorus frog, habitat, humans, protection, endangered )

- 3774 days ago -
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A tiny frog is making a big hop into the scientific world. Four scientists, all with ties to the University of Kansas in Lawrence, are proclaiming the Cajun chorus frog a new species. They gave the little green critter the name Pseuda
Chemicals Linked to Lost Frogs
Animals  (tags: australia, wildlife, wildanimals, amphibian, frogs, chemicals, endangered, extinction, habitat, protection )

- 3821 days ago -
AGRICULTURAL chemicals have been linked to the collapse of frog populations, which experts have previously attributed to a combination of climate change and a deadly fungus. Griffith University's Jean-Marc Hero says chemicals may have wiped out frog sp
South American Bufos Adapt Well in Florida, Endanger Pets
Animals  (tags: florida, wildlife, wildanimals, amphibian, bufos, pets, animals, dogs, death, killed )

- 3872 days ago -
TAMPA, Fla. (Map, News) - There's nothing comely about shot-put-size toads. They repulse. They are big and brown and look like they could leave a bruise if they leap at you. Dogs and cats, though, seem to love them. Carole Miller of Temple Terrace h

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