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Monogamy Seen in Amphibians for First Time

rogs, salamanders, and other amphibians aren’t known as faithful lovers. They mate, then they scram. But researchers have now identified one species of poisonous Peruvian frog—Ranitomeya imitator—that has given monogamy a shot, the first amphibian known to do so. What’s more, the frogs seem to be doing it for the kids: Limited resources keep them close to their offspring-and to each other-a condition that may have influenced the evolution of parenting strategies in other species as well. Leer más.

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