How Amphibians Restore and Balance The Land

As biologist E.O. Wilson said, “the little things run the world.”

Amphibians are an extremely important—though often overlooked and highly threatened—part of a healthy, thriving ecosystem.

Besides being fun to look at and providing entertainment for brave young explorers, amphibians help keep nature healthy in myriad unique ways. They feed on pests, control deadly disease outbreaks by eating the organisms that cause the diseases, and consume other bugs that can decimate leafy plants.

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