Berlin – Now the species extinction is also official for frogs, toads, toads and newts: their populations are falling massively in the Berlin-Brandenburg region. An important reason for this is climate change and three consecutive years of drought. “Most amphibians live on land for the majority of the year, but what makes these animals special is that they need water to reproduce,” says Reinhard Baier, spokesman for the Nabu technical committee for amphibian protection. And there are fewer and fewer of them.
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