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Frogs (and amphibians in general) are in danger -- worldwide, nearly one-third of the world's amphibian species are on the verge of extinction. And yet, frogs contribute to our well-being in many important ways. Kerry M. Kriger describes why frogs are in trouble and how you can help save them.
Lesson by Kerry M. Kriger, animation by Simon Ampel.
Tagged under: Kerry Kriger save frogs frog,climate change nature,Simon Ampel,TED TED-Ed TED Ed TEDEducation
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