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Global Warming Link to Amphibian Declines in Doubt


November 12, 2008

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Evidence that global warming is causing the worldwide decline of amphibians may not be as conclusive as previously thought, according to biologists. The findings, which contradict two widely held views, could help reveal what is killing the frogs and toads, as well as aid in their conservation. Full Story

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