Worth 1,000 Words

11. 12. 2016

Engaging people with wildlife they may never see up close is a challen...

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Hope In The Face Of 10,000 Deaths

10. 27. 2016

Help save the Titicaca Water Frog: Make a donation to AmphibianArk’s...

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The Borneo Rainbow Toad, Ansonia latidisca, was rediscovered in 2011 after 87 years without trace. It was one of the top ten most wanted amphibians in the world during the Search for Lost Frogs.

Race For The Rainbow Toad

05. 26. 2016

The first time I heard about the International Bornean Frog Race, I ha...

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Arturo Munoz

Q&A With Arturo Muñoz (Co-Winner Of The 2015 Sabin Amphibian Conservation Prize)

05. 25. 2016

When the Critically Endangered Titicaca Water Frog began to decline pr...

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Juvenile Macaya breast-spot landfrog, Eleutherodactylus thorectes, a Critically Endangered species on a quarter in the Massif de la Hotte, Haiti

A Q&A With Dr. Robin Moore, Author Of In Search Of Lost Frogs

01. 22. 2016

When Dr. Robin Moore sat down with colleagues from the Amphibian Speci...

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Salamanders Of The Cuchumatanes: Lost And Found

07. 26. 2015

What follows is a firsthand account of a 2014 expedition in search of ...

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