Why More Species Live in Amazon Rainforests: Evolution of Treefrogs Sheds Light on the Mystery

For more than two hundred years, the question of why there are more species in the tropics has been a biological enigma. A particularly perplexing aspect is why so many species live together in a small area in the tropics, especially at some sites in the rainforests of the Amazon Basin in South America. Leer más.

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