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Data da imagem: 18/06/2017
Cod. da imagem: K5X5MF
Crédito: Natalia Kuzmina/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 18/06/2017

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Panamanian golden frog (Atelopus zeteki) isolated on white

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The critically endangered Panamanian Zetek's golden frog (Atelopus ...

Data da imagem: 18/06/2017
Cod. da imagem: JGR991
Crédito: Ivan Kuzmin/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 18/06/2017

Cod. da imagem: JGR991

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The critically endangered Panamanian Zetek's golden frog (Atelopus zeteki), captive (native to cloud forests of Panama, Central America), Moody Gardens, Galveston, Texas, USA

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Data da imagem: 18/06/2017
Cod. da imagem: JFRNWG
Crédito: Natalia Kuzmina/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 18/06/2017

Cod. da imagem: JFRNWG

Crédito: Natalia Kuzmina/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

Panamanian golden frog (Atelopus zeteki) is a species of toad

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Data da imagem: 26/03/2017
Cod. da imagem: K8YBJB
Crédito: Natalia Kuzmina/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 26/03/2017

Cod. da imagem: K8YBJB

Crédito: Natalia Kuzmina/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

Panamanian golden frog (Atelopus zeteki) is ready to jump

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Data da imagem: 26/03/2017
Cod. da imagem: K8YBJC
Crédito: Natalia Kuzmina/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 26/03/2017

Cod. da imagem: K8YBJC

Crédito: Natalia Kuzmina/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

Panamanian golden frog (Atelopus zeteki) isolated on white

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Data da imagem: 26/03/2017
Cod. da imagem: HY71E6
Crédito: Natalia Kuzmina/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 26/03/2017

Cod. da imagem: HY71E6

Crédito: Natalia Kuzmina/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

Panamanian golden frog (Atelopus zeteki) is a species of toad

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Data da imagem: 26/03/2017
Cod. da imagem: HY71DW
Crédito: Natalia Kuzmina/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 26/03/2017

Cod. da imagem: HY71DW

Crédito: Natalia Kuzmina/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

Panamanian golden frog (Atelopus zeteki) is a species of toad

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Panamanian Golden Frog

Data da imagem: 04/04/2006
Cod. da imagem: AR22JD
Crédito: Darren Green Photography/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 04/04/2006

Cod. da imagem: AR22JD

Crédito: Darren Green Photography/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

Wild populations of this frog are currently threatened by habitat loss illegal collection for the pet trade and a fungal outbreak that s destroying many amphibian populations in Central America and around the world Without human intervention it s possible that this species may be extinct within the next five years

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A Panamanian Golden Frog Striking An Interesting Pose, Atelopus ...

Data da imagem: 01/01/1980
Cod. da imagem: C3PT36
Crédito: GeoStills/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1980

Cod. da imagem: C3PT36

Crédito: GeoStills/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

A Panamanian Golden Frog Striking An Interesting Pose, Atelopus zeteki, The All Yellow Variety

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Data da imagem: 31/12/1969
Cod. da imagem: 1019_24__DSC1476
Crédito: GeoStills/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 31/12/1969

Cod. da imagem: 1019_24__DSC1476

Crédito: GeoStills/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

In recent years, conservation biologists have drawn our attention to a worldwide decline in wild populations of frogs, toads, and salamanders - a phenomenon that has come to be called the Global Amphibian Crisis. While habitat loss is still considered the most serious threat to the majority of species, especially in the humid tropical forest regions of the world, a fungal disease known as chytrid has been identified as being exceptionally deadly to amphibians, while not seeming to affect other groups of vertebrates - fish, reptiles, birds and mammals. A frog-killing fungus in Central and South America spreads in waves like other infectious diseases, challenging a theory that climate change is to blame. El Valle Amphibian Rescue Center in El Valle de Anto?n en Panama?. In response to this need, the Houston Zoo established the Center in central Panama. Atelopus zeteki .Panamanian Golden Frog..

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Data da imagem: 31/12/1969
Cod. da imagem: 1019_24__DSC1471
Crédito: GeoStills/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 31/12/1969

Cod. da imagem: 1019_24__DSC1471

Crédito: GeoStills/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

In recent years, conservation biologists have drawn our attention to a worldwide decline in wild populations of frogs, toads, and salamanders - a phenomenon that has come to be called the Global Amphibian Crisis. While habitat loss is still considered the most serious threat to the majority of species, especially in the humid tropical forest regions of the world, a fungal disease known as chytrid has been identified as being exceptionally deadly to amphibians, while not seeming to affect other groups of vertebrates - fish, reptiles, birds and mammals. A frog-killing fungus in Central and South America spreads in waves like other infectious diseases, challenging a theory that climate change is to blame. El Valle Amphibian Rescue Center in El Valle de Anto?n en Panama?. In response to this need, the Houston Zoo established the Center in central Panama. Atelopus zeteki .Panamanian Golden Frog..

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Data da imagem: 31/12/1969
Cod. da imagem: 1019_24__DSC1467
Crédito: GeoStills/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 31/12/1969

Cod. da imagem: 1019_24__DSC1467

Crédito: GeoStills/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

In recent years, conservation biologists have drawn our attention to a worldwide decline in wild populations of frogs, toads, and salamanders - a phenomenon that has come to be called the Global Amphibian Crisis. While habitat loss is still considered the most serious threat to the majority of species, especially in the humid tropical forest regions of the world, a fungal disease known as chytrid has been identified as being exceptionally deadly to amphibians, while not seeming to affect other groups of vertebrates - fish, reptiles, birds and mammals. A frog-killing fungus in Central and South America spreads in waves like other infectious diseases, challenging a theory that climate change is to blame. El Valle Amphibian Rescue Center in El Valle de Anto?n en Panama?. In response to this need, the Houston Zoo established the Center in central Panama. Atelopus zeteki .Panamanian Golden Frog..

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Data da imagem: 31/12/1969
Cod. da imagem: 1019_24__DSC1415
Crédito: GeoStills/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 31/12/1969

Cod. da imagem: 1019_24__DSC1415

Crédito: GeoStills/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

In recent years, conservation biologists have drawn our attention to a worldwide decline in wild populations of frogs, toads, and salamanders - a phenomenon that has come to be called the Global Amphibian Crisis. While habitat loss is still considered the most serious threat to the majority of species, especially in the humid tropical forest regions of the world, a fungal disease known as chytrid has been identified as being exceptionally deadly to amphibians, while not seeming to affect other groups of vertebrates - fish, reptiles, birds and mammals. A frog-killing fungus in Central and South America spreads in waves like other infectious diseases, challenging a theory that climate change is to blame. El Valle Amphibian Rescue Center in El Valle de Anto?n en Panama?. In response to this need, the Houston Zoo established the Center in central Panama. Atelopus zeteki. Panamanian Golden Frog..

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Cod. da imagem: AAY1PF
Crédito: Darren Green Photography/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

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Cod. da imagem: AAY1PF

Crédito: Darren Green Photography/ Alamy/ Fotoarena

Wild populations of this frog are currently threatened by habitat loss illegal collection for the pet trade and a fungal outbreak that s destroying many amphibian populations in Central America and around the world Without human intervention it s possible that this species may be extinct within the next five years

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Panamanian Golden Frog

Cod. da imagem: 00545762
Crédito: David Tipling/ Nature Production/ Minden Pictures/ Fotoarena

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Panamanian Golden Frog (Atelopus zeteki) pair in amplexus, Panama

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Panamanian Golden Frog

Cod. da imagem: 00511621
Crédito: Michael & Patricia Fogden/ Minden Pictures/ Fotoarena

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Panamanian Golden Frog (Atelopus zeteki) displaying warning coloration, Panama

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Panamanian Golden Frog

Cod. da imagem: 00511620
Crédito: Michael & Patricia Fogden/ Minden Pictures/ Fotoarena

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Panamanian Golden Frog (Atelopus zeteki) displaying warning coloration, Panama

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Panamanian Golden Frog

Cod. da imagem: 00511619
Crédito: Michael & Patricia Fogden/ Minden Pictures/ Fotoarena

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Panamanian Golden Frog (Atelopus zeteki) displaying warning coloration, Panama

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Panamanian Golden Frog

Cod. da imagem: 00510279
Crédito: Michael & Patricia Fogden/ Minden Pictures/ Fotoarena

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Panamanian Golden Frog (Atelopus zeteki) displaying warning colors, cloud forest, Panama

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Panamanian Golden Frog

Cod. da imagem: 00119509
Crédito: ZSSD/ Minden Pictures/ Fotoarena

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Panamanian Golden Frog (Atelopus zeteki) critically endangered species native to Panama, San Diego Zoo, California

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