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That supermarket has attracted insects, birds, amphibians, and mammals.
The thinking has been that if fish and amphibians can do it, maybe humans can too.
Pinterest Pinterest Pinterest The museum is bigger than the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington D.C., and features some 35,000 live fish, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds from 800 different species, the outlet reports.
The exhibit addresses the life cycle of amphibians, the threats to their continued existence, and steps that visitors can take to save them.
In particular, scientists have studied fish and amphibians, whose eyes (along with limbs and tails) regenerate after injury or loss.
South America is home to all manner of crazy-looking amphibians, from vibrant poison dart frogs to cartoon-looking red-eyed tree frogs.
Briggler, an expert on native amphibians, commissioned a study to find out how the species was doing.
Many animal groups have some species that lay eggs and others that birth live young, including fish, amphibians, and yes, even mammals, says Whit Gibbons, evolutionary biologist at the University of Georgia’s Savannah River Ecology Laboratory.
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