Even More Amphibians are Endangered than We Thought
A species of the poison dart frog family (Dendrobatidae)
Amphibians are the most threatened group of animals in the world with nearly half of all species at risk. This crisis is considered the greatest extinction ...
Amphibians facing 'terrifying' rate of extinction
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The world's amphibians may be in even graver danger than we've thought, a
The Carchi Andes Toad was thought to be extinct - until now © Gabriela B. Bittencourt-Silva
New amphibian species are being discovered at an exciting rate, yet they are also the vertebrates most at risk of extinction.
About 41 percent of the world's amphibian species are threatened with extinction
fire salamander in France
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Module 2: Amphibians at Risk
Distribution of At-Risk Frogs (IMAGE)
Few realize that the lovable, cotton-candy-pink amphibian is on the edge of extinction. (Avalon / Photoshot License / Alamy)
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The lemur leaf frog, native to central America, is critically endangered
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Five endangered species that live in the Chesapeake Bay region
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The critically endangered Panamanian golden frog (Atelopus zeteki). More than 40% of global amphibian species are at risk of extinction.
A two-month-old Bengali tiger cub in an animal refuge in El Salvador
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Over half of Europe's amphibians face extinction by 2050 | Environment | The Guardian
Saving the Smallest Species
The authors identified industrial farming and fishing as major drivers
Woodland caribou was listed under the Species at Risk Act as threatened in 2003, but its 'recovery strategy' wasn't released until 2012.
Strawberry Poison-dart Frog on lichen
One in six of world's species faces extinction due to climate change – study
Under threat: The report found 25 per cent of mammals, more than 40 per cent of amphibian species, nearly 33 per cent of sharks and 25 per cent of plant ...
U.N. report: 1 million species of animals and plants face extinction due to climate change and human activity - CBS News
Letting the public name a newly discovered species could go horribly wrong
Archey's frog, native to New Zealand, are modern-day dinosaurs and are almost
Ambystoma dumerilii, known by locals as achoques, are found nowhere but Lake Pátzcuaro but
Frogs on the Verge of a Major Extinction
One of 2,000 captive Panamanian Golden Frogs managed in captivity by the Golden Frog Species Survival
Tag: Extinction. Amphibians ...
They survived the dinosaurs, but turtles worldwide are facing a modern extinction crisis, with half of all species at risk of disappearing.
Endangered corroboree frogs. The species has been badly hit by chytrid fungas. Photo:
Red list research finds 26,000 global species under extinction threat
At-risk species conservation
Peru is releasing half a million baby turtles to save species from extinction
Amphibian Extinction Crisis
A protester holds a placard during a demonstration in New York to call for urgent action
One million species at risk of extinction
Conservation partnerships help keep two birds, salamander and skink from requiring endangered species act protections
The Conservation Project: Panamanian Golden Frog Learning Lab for upper elementary and middle school students is one of the most requested school programs ...
Amphibians. All of the 189 native species ...
Front of the the PARC building in Panama. Panama Amphibian Rescue and Conservation Project
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Birds occur in nearly every habitat on the planet and are often the most visible and familiar wildlife to people across the globe.
They've been around for almost 400 million years, surviving the extinction of dinosaurs, ice ages and many other massive environmental changes.
Extinction risk is most acute for the world's largest and smallest vertebrates | PNAS
Amphibian crisis Almost half of all amphibian species are thought to be declining, and a third are at risk of extinction, making this the most threatened ...
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Agriculture has an insatiable appetite for new land. Seven million hectares of tropical forests were
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1 million species threatened with extinction by humans
Humans threaten 1 million species with extinction: UN report
Amphibian Declines. Bufo alvarius: Sonoran Desert Toad. Adult from SE Arizona. Photo by Todd Pierson
1 million species face extinction as humans plunder nature at 'unprecedented' rate
1 million species 'at risk of extinction'
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Exploring South Carolina's Lowcountry
A new age of amphibian conservation