FIU: World’s frogs under assault by lone pathogenic killer, scientists say

FIU: World’s frogs under assault by lone pathogenic killer, scientists say

A single fungal disease has wiped out at least 90 species of amphibians and had devastating effects on hundreds more, making it the most costly disease to biodiversity on the planet.

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