Research shows fast decline in global amphibian populations
Nature magazine has published research which argues that declines in amphibian populations are not short term or restricted to small geographical areas.
The authors of the research argue that “on a global scale, our results indicate relatively rapid declines from the later 1950s/ early 1960s to the late 1960s, followed by a reduced rate of decline to the present”.
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