Panamanian Golden Frog Find all your grain free dog treats at Bone Yard Bakery www.boneyardbakery.net

Panamanian Golden Frog Find all your grain free dog treats at Bone Yard Bakery www.boneyardbakery.net

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Top 10 deadliest animals in the world. I really can't blame them when you think about how humans encroach on them.

Top 10 deadliest animals in the world. I really can't blame them when you think about how humans encroach on them.

The Panamanian golden frog is one of more than 100 species of disappearing harlequin frogs.

The Panamanian golden frog is one of more than 100 species of disappearing harlequin frogs.

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The Smithsonian's National Zoo maintains an active breeding program for the critically endangered Panamanian golden frog.

The Smithsonian's National Zoo maintains an active breeding program for the critically endangered Panamanian golden frog.

La Carbonera Golden Frogs - Art by Roger Manrique - Photo by César Barrio | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

La Carbonera Golden Frogs - Art by Roger Manrique - Photo by César Barrio | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The Vancouver Aquarium says it has bred Panamanian golden frogs - a species believed to be extinct in the wild.

The Vancouver Aquarium says it has bred Panamanian golden frogs - a species believed to be extinct in the wild.

Extinct: Golden Frog: This little guy was a bright, shiny orange and would often be on posters to advertise the country where it was discovered – Costa Rica. There used to be thousands of the creatures, but in 1987, scientists counted only two females and seven males. The next year they saw one male, and by 2004, the species was listed as extinct. Weather conditions were given as the reason for the demise of the toad — El Nino to be exact. It caused the weather to be too dry to support the…

Extinct: Golden Frog: This little guy was a bright, shiny orange and would often be on posters to advertise the country where it was discovered – Costa Rica. There used to be thousands of the creatures, but in 1987, scientists counted only two females and seven males. The next year they saw one male, and by 2004, the species was listed as extinct. Weather conditions were given as the reason for the demise of the toad — El Nino to be exact. It caused the weather to be too dry to support the…

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The Race to Protect Frogs from a Deadly Pathogen Gets a Much-Needed Boost | At the Smithsonian | Smithsonian

The Race to Protect Frogs from a Deadly Pathogen Gets a Much-Needed Boost | At the Smithsonian | Smithsonian

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