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Amphibians under threat

How emerging diseases are putting the world's frogs, toads, newts and salamanders in peril

Bouncing towards an ice-free summer

Why Arctic melting will continue to be erratic, but the overall trend's only one way

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Looking to the future of conservation

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Bouncing towards an ice-free summer

A dose of nature

Looking to the future of conservation

Amphibians under threat

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Amphibians under threat

12 February 2016

Frogs, toads, newts and salamanders look like hardy creatures and anyone observing a pond full of frogspawn could be forgiven for thinking their future was secure. But several emerging diseases are attacking the world's amphibians, sometimes with devastating results - and we're just starting to understand the extent of the threat.

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Bouncing towards an ice-free summer

Why Arctic melting will continue to be erratic, but the overall trend's only one way.

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PLANET EARTH
Winter 2015

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