"Extinct" Australian frog reappears 30 years after last sighting

Thursday, March 4, 2010 - 20:14 in Biology & Nature

The yellow-spotted bell frog (Litoria castanea), last observed in 1970s, has long been thought to be extinct in the wild. Scientists believed it was probably a victim of the deadly chytrid fungus...

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