The New Yorker has also published a rather scary piece on the mass extinction of frogs. Being a proud frog, I must say that I was thunderstruck by this article and feel the need to try to do something about it. Any suggestions?
The article in the New Yorker describes how graduate student Karen Lips observed the mysterious disappearance of large numbers of local golden frogs, in the nineteen-nineties, at several locations in Panama and Costa Rica. Whatever was killing Lips’s frogs moved east, like a wave, across Panama.
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