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With fewer than 20 Loa Water Frogs left in the world, hatching of tadpoles revives hope for Critically Endangered species

2020-10-22T13:14:55-04:00October 22nd, 2020|Latest News, Partner Updates|

Successful Breeding at the National Zoo of Chile Marks Pivotal First Step Toward Returning Frog to the Wild

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October 22, 2020
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Nearly 200 Loa water frog (Telmatobius dankoi) tadpoles hatched Tuesday, Oct. 20, at the National Zoo of Chile, a little more than a […]

Protecting the unique and threatened frogs of the Western Cape, South Africa

2020-10-22T07:20:30-04:00October 22nd, 2020|Latest News, Partner Updates|

By Jeanne Tarrant, Endangered Wildlife Trust – Threatened Amphibian Programme

In July 2020, with the support of ASA’s small grant through Global Wildlife Conservation, the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) commenced a new project focused on some of the most threatened and endemic frogs species restricted to very limited ranges in the […]

Bolivia and Peru working together to conserve the Titicaca Water Frog

2020-10-22T07:23:06-04:00October 20th, 2020|Latest News, Partner Updates|

By Eliana Lizarraga Heredia, Museo de Historia Natural Alcide d’Orbginy

In a coordinated effort, the Governments of Bolivia and Peru, with the support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and with funding from the Global Environment Facility (GEF), have constituted a transnational team for the conservation of the emblematic Titicaca […]

A flying leap: Conservation of the Anamalai flying frog

2020-10-22T07:25:28-04:00October 18th, 2020|Latest News, Partner Updates|

By Snehaa Sundaram and Amrit Menon, Wildlife Trust of India

Western Ghats in India, one of global biodiversity hotspots and UNESCO World Heritage site, is home to a miscellany of taxa including about 170 amphibian species, new ones continue to be discovered every year. However, the rich biodiversity of the Western […]

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