FRESNO (AP) — Scientists say they’re inoculating an endangered California frog to provide it a preventing probability at avoiding extinction.
Nationwide Park Service biologist Danny Boiano says it’s a part of an experiment to save lots of the mountain yellow-legged frog from ravaging illness.
The as soon as-ample frog lives excessive in California’s Sierra Nevada; illness and non-native predators almost wiped them out.
Boiano’s group over three years netted almost four hundred sickly tadpoles deep in Sequoia and Kings Canyon nationwide parks.
Zoos in San Francisco and Oakland handled the frogs earlier than they have been returned to the wild.
Boiano says his group will subsequent research their success, however they’ve already seen promising indicators.
Jessie Bushell of the San Francisco Zoo says it might look like quite a bit, however letting the frog die out isn’t an choice.
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