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David Hunter said: "This fungus doesn't like temperatures above 28-30 degrees," External link

abc-au Monday, March 27, 2017 4:37:00 AM CEST

David Hunter said: "This chytrid fungus is causing all sort of problems for our frogs in Kosciuszko, but it doesn't stop there," External link

abc-au Monday, March 27, 2017 4:37:00 AM CEST

David Hunter said: “We took a calculated risk when we reintroduced the frogs – bred in captivity at the Amphibian Research Centre in Melbourne – by placing them at a site that is outside their known range,” External link

foreignaffairs-nz Monday, March 27, 2017 2:42:00 AM CEST

David Hunter said: “The frogs introduced at other sites in Kosciuszko National Park in the past have been heavily impacted by Amphibian Chytrid Fungus a fatal pathogen that is the kryptonite of frogs,” External link

foreignaffairs-nz Monday, March 27, 2017 2:42:00 AM CEST

David Hunter added: “We think the recent success is largely due to the fact that the new re-introduction site was selected to be much warmer than the frogs’ previous known location,” External link

foreignaffairs-nz Monday, March 27, 2017 2:42:00 AM CEST

David Hunter said: “We are quietly confident our approach will prove successful in the long term and that this research will provide management options for other frog species also threatened with extinction by this killer pathogen,” External link

foreignaffairs-nz Monday, March 27, 2017 2:42:00 AM CEST

Joe White said: "These snakes had literally been chucked out with the rubbish. " External link

express Friday, March 24, 2017 12:37:00 PM CET

Joe White added: "These snakes are not native to the UK and so need to be kept in specific conditions with controlled temperatures that replicate their environment in the wild in order to survive - so neither of these snakes had any chance of survival if they had been left like that" External link

express Friday, March 24, 2017 12:37:00 PM CET

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