1,000 Frogs Into the Wild

Conservationists are bringing frogs back from the brink

It's not as if all frogs have been saved from certain doom, but at least these frogs, which were near it recently, are being recovered through conservation efforts at Yosemite. After three years, scientists were able to help repopulate the red-legged frog species, which had been eliminated previously due to an invasive species in the area.

It's so exciting when things like this happen, especially when we think about all the frogs that still need to be recovered. Hopefully many of those species will also make a comeback someday with the help of conservationists and scientists like these. 

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