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Deadly virus is killing frogs throughout Spain

Several frog, toad, newt, and salamander populations are being attacked by an emerging pathogen in a major national park in Spain.

Op-Ed: The Toad Patrol — Preserving Britain's amphibious heritage Special

Peterborough - There is an unseen migration in the British countryside at this time of year as toads make their way back to the ponds where they were spawned, in order to breed. Many would end up under the wheels of cars, but for a small army of volunteers.

Study: Many toads traveling might signal an impending earthquake

If you see more toads than usual hopping down the roads of your neighborhood, it could be an earthquake early warning signal, according to researchers at The Open University in the UK.

Toad Study May Provide Insight Into How Muscles Work

Study of toads lends a fresh perspective that could lead to designing more efficient electric motors, better prostheses and new medical treatments for neuromuscular diseases like Parkinson's.
 

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A photograph by Jules Howard - Toad on wood.
A photograph by Jules Howard - Toad on wood.
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A photograph by Jules Howard - Toad on the road.
A photograph by Jules Howard - Toad on the road.
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A photograph by Jules Howard - Toad at night.
A photograph by Jules Howard - Toad at night.
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A toad crossing at Dunwich  Suffolk.
A toad crossing at Dunwich, Suffolk.
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