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  • Good question. It is suspected by biologists that insecticides are the culprit. Frogs eat insects and may consume insects, dead or alive which have been exposed to these toxic chemicals. Birds are also victims.
  • http://www.livescience.com/mysteries/070501_frog_decline.html a very brief article that summarizes the problems
  • Predator attack,change in living conditions and in- ability to adapt and finally,demand of their legs in your soup.
  • Because Maybe¿ People on Earth don't take care of it. :(
  • I'm certain it has something to do with human behavior changing their environment.
  • This has been discussed for 20 years that I know of. There shouldn’t be any frog species left!
  • There is no true answer to this, scientist come up with answers, which are just a well thought out hypothesis, to make our knowleddge seeking minds feel satisfied. I know this might not be the answer you were looking for, but it is the best possible way to explain any scientific phenomenon besides religion.
  • They are slipping away to form secret armies deep in the South American jungle. They lie in wait. Be ready for "THE REVENGE OF THE FROGS!"
  • People eating them, their habitats being destroyed, exposure to chemicals... many things that humans could care less about preventing. It's how all animals become endangered and then extinct. It's sad really.
  • Frogs are very susceptible to genetic mutations - that's part of their great ability to adapt. Watch for "new" species as well. Altough I must state that the loss of genetic diversity in Frogs could be detrimental to medical and genetic research.
  • There's actually a video about this on youtube, I have it right here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yu_moia-oVI Sorry, embedding was disabled by whoever posted it up there.
  • Too many 'career-minded' female frogs, waiting longer now before starting a family? ;-)
  • Some kind of fungus that came from Africa. It was spread by using a certain species of frog for indicating whether a woman was pregnant or not. These frogs that were immune to this fungus were imported to the US and other countries and the fungus is now in many lakes and streams. Other types of frogs are not immune to the fungus and will die from it. http://www.savethefrogs.com
  • BECAUSE NATURE IS BEING WARPED AND ALL ATTITUDES AND ALOT OF IMPORTANT SPECIES ARE BEING ERADICATED BY THIS DISTORTION OF NATURES WARPED STANTZ.
  • well there is a fungus that blocks there breathing pipes so they suffocate some frogs and toads are now on the verge of dying out!
  • i have a packman frog and a fish tank would do fine and clearn it out every other week or it will get red-legg wich is horrible
  • I don't know, but I keep seeing frog legs turning up in more and more Chinese buffets!

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