“This is really great news. Biodiversity is always important and we don’t want to be losing any species,” said Dennis Thoney, animal operations director at the aquarium.
Biologists at the aquarium have counted 600 to 900 eggs spawned on March 12 by two pairs of Oregon spotted frogs brought into the facility’s breeding program in early 2009.
“Now we can breed these animals for introduction efforts in the wild,” said Thoney.
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