Fri. Nov 27th, 2020

SUBMITTED BY NICOLA GROBE

CREDIT TO ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE FUND

Golden Toad
The golden toad of Costa Rica is now completely extinct. Found nowhere else on Earth, in only two years its population crashed along with 20 other native species of amphibians in the Costa Rican rainforest.

Amphibians like the golden toad are some of the first victims of climate change—but they’re not alone. The changes in climate are putting many species in harm’s way.

Right now, our friends at Environmental Defense Fund are sending a message to Congress, urging them to support strong limits on carbon pollution.

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