Thursday, March 11, 2010
'Extinct' Frog Species Found Again After 30 Years
A species of frog thought to have been extinct for 30 years has been found in rural Australian farmland, officials said Thursday.
It's not that easy being green, or any other color, in Earth's changing climate.
The rediscovery of the yellow-spotted bell frog is a reminder of the need to protect natural habitats so "future generations can enjoy the noise and color of our native animals," said Frank Sartor, minister for environment and climate change.