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1412, 2019

Papua New Guinea’s first public display for native frogs

The first phase of on-ground work to strengthen a secure future for Papua New Guinea frogs was recently completed at the Port Moresby Nature Park. Part of a larger, long-term strategy to mitigate the likely impacts of the Amphibian Chytrid Fungus on PNG frogs, the project has seen the country’s […]

1312, 2019

Saving the Intermediate Puddle Frog

SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana (STF! Ghana) is dedicating hundreds of working hours in search of one of West Africa’s rarest frogs, the critically endangered Intermediate Puddle Frog (Phrynobatrachus intermedius) at south-western Ghana’s Ankasa Conservation Area, it’s only known home. Since its discovery of three individuals in 2001, there have not […]

1212, 2019

FOUND: Lost Starry Night Harlequin Toad Makes Radiant Return to Science

 ‘Rediscovery’ Highlights Integral Role of Indigenous Peoples’ Knowledge and Traditions in Wildlife Protection

For the first time since 1994, biologists have documented the stunning black-and-white-spotted starry night harlequin toad (Atelopus aryescue). The photo documentation is the result of a unique and poignant partnership between Global Wildlife Conservation partner Fundación […]

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