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10,000 endangered 'scrotum frogs' die at Lake Titicaca
Stop giggling, this is serious.

The words may sound silly, but the event is anything but. It looks like pollution is getting so severe in Peru's Lake Titicaca that it's seriously harming an already critically endangered species. Recently, hundreds of Titicaca water frogs (known as "scrotum frogs" for their very baggy skin) have been found floating dead in the waters of Lake Titicaca in Peru, the only place the species can be found in the world.
By: dave
Thursday, Oct 20th 2016 (12:00am) | Thanks: smird
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