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Amphibian Decline Gallery

Amphibians (frogs, toads, salamanders and newts) have been declining at an alarming rate throughout the world; some species have even become extinct. The bad news is that their rapid decline appears to be worsening. There are a variety of reasons for some losses, while others remain just a mystery. Causes include deforestation, draining of wetlands, and pollution. Since its creation, Endangered Species International has joined the fight against the disappearance of amphibian. Look at our Amphibian Decline Gallery and discover few amazing amphibian species that were observed throughout our conservation work. All photographs taken by Pierre Fidenci.


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