- Habitat loss, pollution and a human population that has doubled in the past 50 years have set the stage for their diminished numbers. But now, a fungus called chytrid has been identified as the major culprit, and so far the spread of the fungus can’t be stopped.
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Be sure to tune in. It will be a sad day when an evening outdoors consists of silence instead of mellifluous croaking from our frog friends.