Threats to Darwin's frogs

The world faces an unprecedented species extinction crisis, with amphibians being the most threatened group of vertebrates. Darwin's frogs (Rhinoderma darwinii and R. rufum) are species native to the forests of Chile and Argentina. These species have become a symbol of amphibian conservation globally.

Habitat loss
Infectious diseases
Climate change
Coordination and education

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