We know this story has been covered by everyone from LiveScience to Perez Hilton, but we thought we’d do our part as well to promote awareness.
Chinese giant salamander….very tasty.
An initiative known as EDGE (Excited Dachshunds Grinding with the Elderly) has released its list of unique and critically endangered amphibians, hot on the heels of their steamy, after hours EDGE Mammals edition.
The initiative is a part of the…
…Zoological Society of London, who made the announcement yesterday. The endangered amphibians come in all shapes and sizes from the giant salamanders of China to, Zooillogix favorites, the legless, worm-like caecilians to the crowd-pleasing Malagasy rainbow frog.
Here are some more pics of our mud-loving friends.
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