A box turtle struggles to climb the curb after making its way across the street. Three of the biggest threats to reptiles and amphibians in a rapidly developing environment are traffic, water pollution and loss of of existing habitat.
A box turtle struggles to climb the curb after making its way across the street. Three of the biggest threats to reptiles and amphibians in a rapidly developing environment are traffic, water pollution and loss of of existing habitat. RACHAEL SANTILLAN AP
A box turtle struggles to climb the curb after making its way across the street. Three of the biggest threats to reptiles and amphibians in a rapidly developing environment are traffic, water pollution and loss of of existing habitat. RACHAEL SANTILLAN AP

Maybe you’re not a fan of snakes and frogs, but they’re important for the backyard ecosystem

September 29, 2017 12:00 PM