Great post on the crisis from a Bangalore grad student. The post states something particularly alarming: “between 1996 and 1998 of the 1874 backboned animals added to the Red List of Threatened Species, 1646 (89%) were amphibians.” High quality photos on her page. Even recordings of ribbits.
October 8, 2007
Southeast Asian perspective on amphibian crisisPosted by pleasecroak under Amphibian, biodiversity, extinct wildlife, Frog, IUCN Red List, Wildlife | Tags: amphibians, biodiversity, ecology, endangered species, extinct frog, frogs, India ecology, IUCN Red List |
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