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Saving Frogs from a Global Enemy

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Saving Frogs from a Global Enemy

Saving Frogs from a Global Enemy

Saving Frogs from a Global Enemy

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A killer fungus is wiping out frog species across the globe, making some scientists worry about a mass amphibian extinction.

One group's plan is to keep frogs locked away until the world outside is safe again. Debbie Elliott talks with Dr. Joe Mendelson, an organizer of the project named "Amphibian Ark."

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