Masa Depan Kelam Bagi Amfibi2 Cantik Ini

Sebuah penelitian terbaru dari Pusat Penelitian Biodiversitas dan Iklim menyatakan katak, salamander, dan amfibi lainnya menghadapi ancaman tiga kali lipat dari jamur mematikan, perubahan iklim, dan habitat yang menyempit.

Berikut bebrapa jenis Amfibi dari beberapa sumber berbahasa Inggris : (silahkan di translate pake google)

This photo provided by the Smithsonian's National Zoo, taken Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007, shows four baby Solomon Island leaf frogs. born Nov. 20 at the zoo in Washington. They skipped the tadpole phase emerging from their eggs as fully-formed frogs known as ìfroglets.î The Solomon Island leaf frog is one of the few species in the world to do this. In the wild, this species is found in the moist lowland forests of Papua New Guinea and, as its name implies, the Solomon Islands. Although not yet endangered, these frogs face many of the same environmental challenges, such as pollution and loss of habitat, that have put many amphibian species in jeopardy. (AP Photo/Jessie Cohen, Smithsonian's National Zoo)

An endangered Agalychnis annae, commonly known as a Blue-Sided Leaf Frog, is seen at National Biodiversity Institute of Costa Rica, INBio, in Heredia, Costa Rica, Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2009. Alexander Barrientos, a scientist at INBio, said that the endangered tree frog of the Hylidae family native to Costa Rica was able to reproduce at INBio, and that they were investigating the possibility of breeding other species of frogs in danger of extiction. (AP Photo/Kent Gilbert)

A pair of golden poison frogs are shown on exhibit at the Museum of Discovery and Science during a preview Tuesday, May 20, 2008 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The traveling exhibit which runs from May 22 to Sept. 7, features an assortment of exotic live frogs from around the world. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)




An endangered Blue Jeans Dart Frog, Dendrobates pumilio, rests on a leaf at the INBIO Park in Heredia, Costa Rica, Wednesday, May 28, 2008. Scientists believe the decline in tropical frogs is related to global warming. The presidents of Mexico, Central American and the Caribbean are meeting in Honduras in a regional summit on climate change. (AP Photo/Kent Gilbert)








An endangered Red Eyed Tree frog, Agalychnis Callidryas, rest on a leaf at the INBIO Park in Heredia, Costa Rica, Wednesday, May 28, 2008. Scientists believe the decline in tropical frogs is related to global warming. The presidents of Mexico, Central American and the Caribbean are meeting in Honduras in a regional summit on climate change. (AP Photo/Kent Gilbert)

In this photo provided by Petco, an Australian white tree frog that will soon be up for adoption is held by exotic animal specialist James Ditmore at a Petco store in Dallas, Tuesday Feb. 9, 2010. The store will have over 2000 animals up for adoption that were rescued from Global Exotics, an Arlington, Texas based international pet wholesaler. (AP Photo/Petco, Tim Sharp) NO SALES


An endangered Green Poison Dart frog, Dendrobates auratus, rests on a leaf at the INBIO Park in Heredia, Costa Rica, Wednesday, May 28, 2008. Scientists believe the decline in tropical frogs is related to global warming. The presidents of Mexico, Central American and the Caribbean are meeting in Honduras in a regional summit on climate change. (AP Photo/Kent Gilbert)

A Blue Jeans Dart Frog, Dendrobates pumilio, is seen at La Selva biological station in Sarapiqui, in this January 12, 2006 file picture. Global warming is the top suspect for the disappearance of 17 amphibian species from Costa Rican jungles, scientists said on May 22, 2007, warning monkey and reptile populations were also plummeting. About a third of the 5,743 known species of frogs, toads and other amphibians are classified as threatened, according to the Global Amphibian Assessment survey. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate/Files (COSTA RICA)

A gold frog is seen at the El Nispero Zoo in El Valle town, Panama April 16, 2009. More than 32 species of amphibians in danger of extinction are being held in captivity to protect them against the contamination of their environment and the Chytrid fungus that has killed a great percentage of amphibia worldwide, the Zoo revealed. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)



An Australian Corroboree Frog sits on a zoo keeper's thumb at Taronga Zoo in Sydney March 10, 2008. Australian zoos have joined world zoos in a conservation strategy for The Year of the Frog 2008, to help avert the increase in frog extinctions across the globe. The Corroboree Frog is one of Australia's most endangered species, with fewer than 200 of the frogs existing in the wild. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)









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