Amphibians facing a wipeout by 2050
Sir David Attenborough has joined scientists in an alert on how climate change and disease may lead to extinction Lewis Smith Half of Europe's amphibian species could be wiped out in the next 40 years.
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#1 Nov 16, 2008
Are we talking about global warming here, how can that be since its an invention of alarmist. You can not in your time change anything that happens over millions of years, and a few dead frogs means less crocking.
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