Alliance Works to Save Frogs from Extinction

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July 7, 2006

Researchers around the world team up to protect endangered frogs. Guests talk about the problems facing amphibians and what might be done to help the animals survive.

Joseph Mendelson III, curator of herpetology, Zoo Atlanta; acting executive officer, Amphibian Specialist Group, World Conservation Union


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