I remember the cacophony of tiny chirps outside of my childhood home made by frogs that lived in the ice grass. I remember this sound in particular because of the beauty in their voice and because in what seemed like the blink of an eye, they stopped. They were gone. It was only decades later that I learned about the devastating losses that frog populations have faced around the world …
Post Author: Elizabeth M. Barreras-Rivest, MD
Elizabeth M. Barreras-Rivest is an emergency physician.
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