alexa Climate change appears a mixed bag for common frog

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Climate change appears a mixed bag for common frog

After warmer winters, wood frogs breed earlier and produce fewer eggs, a researcher has found. The same study also found that frogs produce more eggs during winters with more rain and snow.when wood frogs breed early in the year, their offspring have delayed development but still metamorphose earlier in the year.

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