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Ten Thousand Endangered 'Scrotum Frogs' Have Mysteriously Dropped Dead In Peru

Peruvian authorities are scrambling to determine why thousands of critically endangered, Titicaca water frogs are washing up belly up, after an environmental group reported the mass die-off last week. According to local activists, untreated sewage sludge is to blame. Read more...
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