Frog decline in Haiti could signal serious damage to ecosystem

11/18/2010 | MSNBC

U.S. researchers found that 92% of the 50 frog species in Haiti are facing mass extinction, which could indicate a deteriorating ecosystem. "When frogs start disappearing, other species will follow and the Haitian people will suffer, as well, from this environmental catastrophe," one of the researchers said. A program has been created to help save the country's threatened frogs and other wildlife species.

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