Reed frogs are just a part of a more serious problem…the decline in amphibian species worldwide. Reed frogs are impacted most by habitat destruction- wetlands receding or drying up and their reeds dying. Like all amphibian species, they face other problems too. These problems include invasive species, polluted water, and climte change. Reed frogs in Africa aren’t really seeing problems with chytrid fungus, but that’s a serious threat to frogs in other countries.
pollution of ponds
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