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Sunbathing frogs' fungus fight


Sunbathing tree frogs from Costa Rica may hold the key to understanding how a deadly fungus is wiping out amphibians around the world.

Andrew Gray from Manchester Museum explains how he is using a new, non-invasive imaging technology to find out how some of these frogs from Central America can bask in the Sun - and how they may be able to beat a killer fungus.


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