Will a Deadly Fungus Destroy N.H.’s Frog Population?

A New Hampshire undergraduate has confirmed the presence of a fungus in the state that, over the past thirty years, has caused either extinction or massive decline in more than 200 species of frogs around the world. …

This story begins in Tasmania and Australia, where in the 1970’s and 1980’s frog populations mysteriously began to crash. Then through the 90’s into the 2000’s, the die-offs swept through Central America, causing more than 50% of the frog species in some areas to go extinct. | More…

|NHPR

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