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Baby Arboreal Salamanders Make Their Annual Appearance in California

KQED Science | August 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

Baby Arboreal Salamanders Make Their Annual Appearance in California

Found only in California within the U.S., one of the most common salamanders throughout the state is about to become even more abundant this month. Baby arboreal salamanders have been hatching during the past few weeks and will be making appearances in backyards, parks and hiking trails.

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Adapting to Stress: Early Exposure Gives Amphibians Higher Tolerance To Pesticides

KQED Science | July 31, 2013 | 0 Comments

Adapting to Stress: Early Exposure Gives Amphibians Higher Tolerance To Pesticides

Amphibians are going extinct faster than any other class of organisms in human history. Experiments suggest that some species might be able to tolerate certain pesticides in the short run. Whether that could give them enough of a cushion to adapt over the long run remains to be seen.

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