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Photo caption: Tadpoles of the marsupial frog were released in protected areas of the Bicentennial Park in Quito.

Published on May 11, 2022
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn In danger of extinction, the marsupial frog returns to Quito Of five species of frogs that once existed in the Ecuadorian capital, three no longer exist. Approximately 200 marsupial frog tadpoles were reintroduced into protected areas in Quito’s Bicentennial Park, where the old airport used to be, in the north of […]

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