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Fungal Infections Reduce Frogs’ Tolerance Of Heat

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    Fungal diseases are increasing in animals, which might have serious consequences for wildlife living in a hotter world, said a scientist. A new study shows that fungal infections reduced the heat tolerance of frogs by up to 4 degrees Celsius. K1rEEnM4S7Q.gif

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