Amphibian Extinction Crisis

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Amphibian Extinction Crisis

Frogs vary a great deal in their tolerance to acid water. Tadpoles tolerate acidity better than embryos (fertilisation being the most sensitive developmental stage to acidity), and tolerance increases with age. Many frogs breed in temporary pools that fill up with rain. The acidity of these pools may be strongly influenced by the acidity of the rain and therefore may be considerably more acidic than that of nearby ponds and lakes.

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