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Sir David Attenborough at London Zoo
Sir David Attenborough holds an image of a Panamanian golden frog, now thought to be extinct in the wild.Watch Panamanian golden frogs on BBC Wildlife Finder
The BBC filmed these frogs in 2007 for Life in Cold Blood. Soon after filming, the chytrid fungus (which kills amphibians) was discovered in the area. In order to keep these frogs safe from the fungus, scientists removed them from the wild. For the time being the frogs live in captivity.
Going, going, gone
Watch footage from the BBC Natural History archive of remarkable animals, plants and habitats that are facing an imminent threat to their survival.Explore BBC Wildlife Finder
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