Photo: "Frog Hotel" to Shelter Panama Species From Lethal Fungus



A Panamanian golden frog sits on a mushroom in the rain forest of Central America. The "good luck" species is one of several at risk as a deadly fungus spreads across Central and South America.

In an effort to protect frog diversity, researchers have established a "frog hotel" in Panama that will shelter amphibians from the disease.

Photograph by Alex Kerstitch/Getty Creative


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