Sunday, 7 November 2010


Often referred to as indicator species by wildlife experts and environmentalists, frogs and other amphibians are called so because they are the first ones to be affected in events of climate change, pollution and global warming. Because they live in two worlds and have thin, porous skins that they breathe through, they easily absorb toxic chemicals, radiation and diseases. Frogs have suffered the most disastrous impacts of climate chagne and pollution, and the world has lost several species to extinction recently.
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