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Deadly Frog, Flying Fox, and Mystery Owl Named to AZE's 7 Wonders


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azemontageTN.jpgA two-inch long frog so deadly that its toxin could kill ten people; a bat that is called a flying fox with males that defend a harem of up to eight females; and an enigmatic, fist-sized owl that was discovered in 1976 only not to be seen again for 26 years, are among the unique wildlife species that captured the attention of voters in a just-completed campaign naming the Alliance for Zero Extinction's (AZE's) 7 Wonders of Endangered Species.

 

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