Scotland supports six species of native amphibian and four native reptile species. These charismatic species form a valuable part of Scotland's biodiversity and form an important role in effective ecosystem functioning. Most are secretive and often go unnoticed, but are appreciated in the many and diverse habitats where they occur. Common frogs and common toads are perhaps the most well recorded species, being obvious in parks and gardens during spring breeding and migration. Leer más.

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