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The fact that this species was alive and well in Tapichalaca’s cloud forest in southwest Ecuador galvanized them into action.
In other words, the cloud forest is losing its clouds, and that protective blanket of moisture that Monteverde has always relied on is getting ripped to tatters.
That environment is upslope: The new rain frog, which is rare with a limited range in Ecuador's misty cloud forests, lives at least 1,150 feet higher than its relative.
Chytrid tends to be most devastating in cool, moist environments, such as cloud forests, with infection rates particularly bad in Oceana and the Americas.
Sri Lanka’s lush rainforests are home to herds of Asian elephants who like to bathe in its rivers and monkeys that linger beside waterfalls, and mountaintop cloud forests heaving with primates.
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