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‘Reverse extinction’ for Norfolk frog

Interview with Jim Foster, conservation director of Amphibian and Reptile Conservation. A type of frog extinct in England since the mid-1990s has been reintroduced to its former home, after animals were flown in from Sweden and established at a secret site in Norfolk. The northern pool frog was last found at Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s Thompson Common with its ancient pingo ponds, created at the end of the last ice age, as its habitat.

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