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Amaru Amphibians important to medicinal discoveries

Published on November 25, 2019
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn by Noah Foster-Koth A frog species that was once thought to be extinct may be the key to discovering new medicines in Ecuador. The frog, known as the Tres Cruces Stubfoot Toad or the Black Toad of Cajas (Atelo-pusnanay), is being actively researched and bred in conservation at the Amaru Bioparque […]

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