The Romer’s tree frog: green group and scientists thrilled by endangered amphibian’s surprise appearance Tai Po wetlands survey squib

An endangered frog native to Hong Kong has been spotted for the first time in an ecologically rich wetland region in rural Tai Po, in the New Territories, by a local green group.“The Romer’s tree frog is a precious species only found in Hong Kong, so this is an encouraging find,” said Elaine Yuen Yan-ling, assistant education and conservation manager of local non-profit Green Power.Scientists who have been tracking the tiny frog since the 1950s, and feared at one time that it was extinct, are…
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