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Monday, November 17, 2003

Amphibious Assault

Frogs are causing more problems, this time on the Galapagos Islands. According to this report from, Scinax quinquefasciata, a tiny tree frog from nearby mainland Ecuador, has been breeding in the Galapagos since 1998. The frogs have no natural predators on the islands, and populations are booming as a result.

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