Amphibians face raised extinction threat

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Amphibians face raised extinction threat

Many of the world's amphibians, which include frogs, toads, newts and salamanders, could die out faster than expected this century, a study has found.There are three major threats to amphibians – climate change, land-use and fungal disease. Amphibians are thought to be particularly vulnerable to human activities because they rely on both terrestrial and aquatic habitats for survival and have a porous skin that easily absorbs environmental pollutants.

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