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D1Baseball 2h
As looks to restore order in 2019, our has the inside scoop on what the have in store after fall workouts ....👇👇
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Phys.org Biology 7h
Translocating to lakes where wiped out previous populations may be the key to recovery
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Jill Emerson Oct 17
Cutest frog I have ever seen
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Simon Clulow Oct 1
Hot off the press: my new book, "A Complete Guide to Frogs of Australia" is out! If you have an interest in learning more about or enjoy spectacular , feel free to check it out!
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Priscilla Wehi Nov 13
Stopped at the airport yesterday by a stranger, while wearing my are critical to the survival of the world t-shirt. She absolutely loves all posts & wanted to say thanks. How cool is that?
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Dr. Jonathan Kolby Oct 31
What's more scary than this picture? This fact: Amphibians are going extinct due to the spread of fungus by humans via the int'l wildlife trade. , , , & are now affected by fungal diseases:
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Karen Lips Oct 15
Over 30 years, Insect biomass in PR forest fell 10-60x w/synchronous declines in insect-eating , , & birds following 2°C warming (identified as driving force behind the collapse of food web)
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Wild Melbourne 3h
Tomorrow night, embark on a journey of discovery with the Friends of Merri Creek to learn about Reservoir's .
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Joanne Ocock Oct 26
When you come back from froggn' and there are more waiting for you on your driveway! This mighty Limnodynastes terrareginae (Scarlet-sided pobblebonk) was a good end to a night out.
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Valerie Ivy Oct 7
I learned a lot about myself and others at OLE this week.
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Kate Shaw 15h
I asked for your speckled *frogs* and answered! Now where are your cuties from this week's class?? 😂
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Guy Edwardes Nov 7
I'm now in the wilds of Costa Rica New posts may be few and far between but here is a beautiful ghost glass frog (Sachatamia ilex) from yesterday afternoon :-) © Guy Edwardes Photography
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Ecology Australia Oct 16
Dr Lee Berger will be awarded the Frank Fenner this evening for her pioneering work identifying chytrid fungus and its role in the decline of in Australia and around the world. Congratulations Lee. Read the citation:
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RHS Bridgewater Nov 5
Before we could start de-silting the lake, ecologist Lizi Pimlott came on site to look for any last remaining amphibians. She found one adult common frog and two young common frogs, including this beautiful creature, which joined others in our wildlife pond.
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Anna Loop 2h
Wassuuuuuuuuup!! HealingMB
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Martina Rosemann🌹😎 Sep 16
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Frog Rescue Nov 8
Why is it so important to save from extinction?
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Butterfly Brothers Sep 20
Fantastic to see so much in and around this and we created last year in . We gave the meadow its first cut today and found 10 and 1 . Every garden should have a and !
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Jessica Ⓥ Oct 1
Replying to @JohnOberg @Tesco
No animal is safe from the gluttony of man...Pretty sure sells live frogs as well as turtles in China still. Petition here for
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Jeff McCain Nov 17
Way to go and Decatur’s own !
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