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Harlequin Frog Could Go Extinct in Panama

Toad Mountain Harlequin frogs only live in one area of Panama’s dense tropical jungles – the Darien Province, and their population is down to a dangerous level. In an expedition at the beginning of this year it was reported researchers found just 50 males and 12 females. The reason so many frog species are in peril there, or have already been driven into extinction is the chytrid fungus. Worldwide, hundreds of frog species have been wiped out by it, and more are likely to vanish soon. Leer más.

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