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New mutant ranavirus could decimate frogs

A new deadly contagious frog virus made up of genes from Asia and America has the ability to rapidly wipe out whole amphibian populations. This ranavirus strain could already be spreading in parts of southern Georgia, and its development points to weak regulations of captive frog farms as well as laws surrounding the importation of exotic wildlife. Leer más.

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