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304, 2019

Zoo welcomes world’s largest amphibian

A rescued Chinese giant salamander will make its debut at ZSL London Zoo today, after ZSL wildlife experts helped Border Force identify four of the Critically Endangered amphibians and offered them a new home.

Having prevented an attempt to illegally import the mysterious looking animals, Border Force asked the Zoo’s keepers […]

104, 2019

Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans: Building an Understanding of Invasion Threat in North America with Conservation Partners

Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans (Bsal) is a recently discovered fungal pathogen from Asia that is emerging and causing salamander declines in Europe. Unregulated trade of infected non-native salamanders is believed to be the route of entry.  North America is home to the greatest diversity of salamanders in the world. Currently, no […]

103, 2019

Citizen Conservation: Reinforcing the One Plan Approach

We all know about the devastating predictions regarding species extinction. And we also know that we’ll only succeed in slowing down the grim trend if all stakeholders committed to conservation work together in a cooperative and open-minded way.

From the very beginning, Frogs & Friends has collaborated closely with zoos and […]

The Frogress Report brings together updates from across the Amphibian Survival Alliance to continue to develop a strong alliance, and to celebrate the incredible achievements being made regularly across the partnership. In addition, the Frogress Report enables the regular exchange of important information relevant to all of our partners, while also giving us the opportunity to provide you with progress updates on the implementation of the Amphibian Conservation Action Plan (ACAP).

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