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Welcome to CoreFacts, where we're always short on time and big on science. I'm Steve Sobieszczyk. Let's get right to it, today's question is:
Where can I go for more information on amphibian declines and deformities?
I have 2 sites for you.
FrogWeb is an online multi-agency U.S. government site from which you can link to many related websites. That's at frogweb.nbii.gov.
Also, the North American Reporting Center for Amphibian Malformations (NARCAM) website contains information on the occurrence of amphibian malformations including maps showing locations of observed malformed frogs. The site also enables scientists and the general public to report any findings of frog abnormalities either through the website or through a toll-free phone number (800-238-9801). And the website is frogweb.nbii.gov/narcam.
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Title: Where can I go for more information on amphibian declines and deformities?
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