Thursday, September 2, 2010

Flash Floods Dragging Away Invasive Frogs

Scientists have found in the small mountain oases of Mexico's Baja California that invasive bullfrogs are dying off because they are not adapted to with stand powerful, infrequent tropical storms. The native frogs, however, are adapted to sustain this type of weather and are not hurt. Click here to read more and to see a picture of the invasive bullfrog in Mexico.