The Survival of Earth Depends on Frogs… and Frogs are in Trouble

Herbicides and pesticides threaten to wipe out one third of amphibian species in the coming decades.

A new study finds that frogs, toads and salamanders are disappearing much faster than earlier thought throughout the United States.

Link TV reported :

Uh, oh.

Here is the ‘Frog Survival Project’:

The amphibians were here before the dinosaurs and survived the Chicxulub Meteor strike that helped wipe out the latter. If they can’t survive whatever we are doing to the earth in the present, Anthropocene era, it isn’t a good sign for the larger mammals, either. That means you.

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  1. This post is BS just the other day Amerika decided it needed more time on why Bees are being wiped out. I’m not sure why I should care about this little slimy animal is dying, mine concern is how much gas will cost for my suv.

    On another note I grew up in Hayward, Calif. and the biggest joy then and memoirs today are playing in the creeks in the area with the slimy salamander’s. That’s why we as a people of the little blue sphere hurling through space are doomed if we cant’ just get along with one another and mother nature.

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