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Jawsofafrog
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# Posted: 19 Oct 2009 09:46


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4aRNlOfjKlE

I had a warm fuzzy feeling in the begining of this video. But then realized Chytrid fungus is here... We may have a few of the only species in captivity in the world if wild frogs die off.


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Brian Cadman
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# Posted: 19 Oct 2009 18:56


This video made me sad but hopeful sinse some people do what they can

Jawsofafrog
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# Posted: 20 Oct 2009 22:47


All natural organic techniques will save our frogs.


1.0.0 Tanimbar Island Blue Tongue Skink T. scincoides chimaerea Silver Phase
0.1.0 Variable King snake Lampropeltis Thayeri Mexicana
0.0.1 Western Hognose snake Heterodon nasicus
2.0.0 Green tree frog Hyla
firesalamander120
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# Posted: 21 Oct 2009 02:24


that video was sad. I'm glad that more people will know more and change there ways because of this informational video

firesalamander120
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# Posted: 21 Oct 2009 02:27 · Edited by: firesalamander120


I don't get it she was talking about amphibians but she showed only one salamander which was a spotted salamander

firesalamander120
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# Posted: 21 Oct 2009 02:30


I think that salamanders are in even more in trouble than frogs.

Amphibians
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# Posted: 21 Oct 2009 18:13


I think that salamanders are in even more in trouble than frogs.


Salamanders wont get as much attention because frogs are more popular to the masses/public. Salamanders are shy and half the time never seen animals. Its sad because salamanders/newts are just as important as frogs are and in some cases more important to the local habitat. A clean and prestine environment will yeild large amounts of salamanders. I believe the number of species of salamanders out there need perfect conditions to yeild offspring is quite large to the number of species there are.


Glass Frogs
We5Ad
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# Posted: 22 Oct 2009 01:57


I would miss frogs and toads very much if they were all gone


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Jawsofafrog
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# Posted: 22 Oct 2009 02:47


My favorite salamander is the Tiger Salamander. Its larve stage can be algae eaters or cannibals depending on the water level of their pond.


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0.1.0 Variable King snake Lampropeltis Thayeri Mexicana
0.0.1 Western Hognose snake Heterodon nasicus
2.0.0 Green tree frog Hyla
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