http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBQyifAgReA In that video it talks about the frogs mating patterns. I had watched the full documentary on it they said that they were lucky to record it because after them no one can have film of them or have outside human contact other than the scientist who is taking care of the poor little creature. It is funny because in the YouTube video they wave for there territory but on the frogs expression it seemed sad as if it were going to die. In this article http://www.celsias.com/article/golden-frog-waves-goodbye-then-goes-extinct-in-the/ they said they have currently become extinct in Panama in February 2, 2008. I hope that the conservation efforts keep the frog safe will increase their population. I love all animals and hearing that there might be hope makes me happy. I also hope that the fungus will go away.
1. Did this fungus affect other animals? If so where else did this fungus affect other animals?
2. Can this fungus affect humans at all?
3. Usually where does this fungus occur? (Such as in warmer climates or colder climates).
As the Panamanian frog does this blogger is waiving good bye. :)