Frogs’ love calls attract predators – The Japan Times

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The Japan Times
WASHINGTON – A frog’s evening serenade beckons his would-be suitors but also summons competition from rivals and attracts predators, making dating a dangerous endeavor, international researchers say. The tiny brown tungara frog, found in Central and
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