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Professors Say Global Warming Isn’t Killing Frogs — Scientists Are

Starting in late 80s, herpetologists began noticing that various kinds of frogs were declining and/or disappearing. For years, they blamed global warming for the decline, but recent studies have found a fungus carried on the boots of herpetologists is more likely the culprit. Gregory Cochran, research associate of anthropology, discussed this in a recent blog post.  Read more. (Please note, this post contains explicit language.)

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Last Updated: 3/6/18