Norvergence: Meet The Disease Causing The Largest Loss Of Biodiversity

In recent years, almost hundreds of species of Amphibians, the cold-blooded vertebrates that live both in water and land, have been sunk down. Not only this, scientific studies reveal that almost 500+ species of Amphibians are declining at a rapid pace.  Nearly two decades ago, a large group of scientists released a report that claimed that the chytrid fungus ‘Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis’ is responsible for causing extensive die-offs in Amphibian species across the world.

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