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More than half of Ecuador’s 630 amphibian species face extinction threat

Published on September 08, 2020
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn New data suggests that 57% of the amphibian species in the country have some degree of extinction threat. The alarming information was released August 28th when national authorities, academics and environmental organizations presented the update of the Red List of Amphibians of Ecuador. Herpetologists from the Ministry of the Environment and Water […]

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