The Global Amphibian Assessment announced that about one third of all known species of amphibians are endangered. Nine species have died out since 1980, and 113 have not been seen in recent years. | Harper's Magazine

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The Global Amphibian Assessment announced that about one third of all known species of amphibians are endangered. Nine species have died out since 1980, and 113 have not been seen in recent years.

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The Global Amphibian Assessment announced that about one third of all known species of amphibians are endangered. Nine species have died out since 1980, and 113 have not been seen in recent years.

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