Frogs are wacky and wonderful creatures, and sadly, they’re in serious crisis.
A killer disease is decimating frog populations across the globe with scientists racing to find ways to save them.
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Dr Sophie Calabretto talks to Cosmos Magazine journalist Imma Perfetto about the amphibian apocalypse and some of the efforts underway to stop it.
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Originally published by Cosmos as How to save frogs from the amphibian apocalypse
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