Many areas are getting more rainfall than usual during the winter months, which has caused a lot of problems, including flooding and property damage. But in England, the common frog is thriving in the wet winter weather after suffering from a dry winter for several years past.
Many of the frogs' usual breeding grounds were dried up during several years of dry weather, including hot, dry summers, so the frogs are finding more places to spawn and recover with the heavy rainfall this season. Another issue local frogs are having is unfortunately due to many farmers filling their ponds and using too much pesticide.
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