Category Archives: Amphibians

The Guardian’s Wildlife Of The Week

The newly described frog L. Larvaepartus – male (left) and female – from the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. This little amphibian is the world’s only frog that gives birth to tadpoles, eschewing the common froggy practice of laying eggs … Continue reading

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Estonia: Leaves Of All Colors! Photo: ERR

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Estonia: IUCN State That One Third Of The Animal Species Are Close To Extinction

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Estonia: Frog No2

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Estonia: Frog No1

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EIA: Hong Kong Needs To Do Better In Fighting Illegal Animal Trade

better in illegal wildlife trade fight Blog Carbon Trade Communications Electronic Waste Environmental Crime & Governance Forest Loss Forest Conversion Forest Governance Forests & Carbon Illegal Logging Muara Tae Fundraising Global Climate Chilling Facts Climate Changing Refrigerants F-gases Ozone Destroying … Continue reading

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Estonia Doesn’t Believe Russia Will Leverage Full Scale War On Ukraine Before Winter

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Mexico OK; Their Ambassador Replied Me Very Friendly Immediately And Welcomed Me To Mexico To Look At Their Cetacean Marine Reserve.

Discover the wonderful biodiversity found in Mexican Waters. Jacques Cousteau, the famous French oceanographer, named the state of Baja California “The aquarium of the world”, the reason for this is that in Cabo Pulmo live 39% of all marine species … Continue reading

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I Don’t Want To Be Cruel But Estonians Intelligence Stated Swedish Security Just woke Up!

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Mountain Chicken Frogs Offsprings Airlifted To Caribbean Home

Mountain chicken frogs offspring airlifted to Caribbean home Dozens of frogs reared in UK zoos to escape the deadly chytrid fungus returned to Montserrat Share 5 inShare0 Email Adam Vaughan The Guardian, Friday 12 September 2014 Jump to comments (0) … Continue reading

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