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A critically endangered Rabbs’ fringe-limbed tree frog (Ecnomiohyla rabborum) is projected onto the Vatican in an effort to raise awareness for the extinction crisis.

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A Fort Randolph robber frog (Pristimantis gaigei) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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A Fort Randolph robber frog (Pristimantis gaigei) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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Gliding tree frog (Agalychnis spurrelli) from the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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An adult fringe tree frog (Cruziohyla craspedopus) from the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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A juvenile fringe tree frog (Cruziohyla craspedopus) from the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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A Fort Randolph robber frog (Pristimantis gaigei) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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Gliding tree frog (Agalychnis spurrelli) from the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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A frosted flatwoods salamander (Ambystoma cingulatum) from the Atlanta Botanical Garden.
This species is listed as vulnerable.

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A frosted flatwoods salamander (Ambystoma cingulatum) from the Atlanta Botanical Garden.
This species is listed as vulnerable.

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A frosted flatwoods salamander (Ambystoma cingulatum) from the Atlanta Botanical Garden.
This species is listed as vulnerable.

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A frosted flatwoods salamander (Ambystoma cingulatum) from the Atlanta Botanical Garden.
This species is listed as vulnerable.

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The last known critically endangered Rabbs’ fringe-limbed tree frog (Ecnomiohyla rabborum) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. (Image ID: ANI078-00515)

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The last known critically endangered Rabbs’ fringe-limbed tree frog (Ecnomiohyla rabborum) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. This photo was taken in 2013. This frog passed away in 2016, making the species extinct.

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The last known critically endangered Rabbs’ fringe-limbed tree frog (Ecnomiohyla rabborum) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. This photo was taken in 2013. This frog passed away in 2016, making the species extinct.

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The last known critically endangered Rabbs’ fringe-limbed tree frog (Ecnomiohyla rabborum) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. This photo was taken in 2013. This frog passed away in 2016, making the species extinct.

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The last known critically endangered Rabbs’ fringe-limbed tree frog (Ecnomiohyla rabborum) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. This photo was taken in 2013. This frog passed away in 2016, making the species extinct.

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The last known critically endangered Rabbs’ fringe-limbed tree frog (Ecnomiohyla rabborum) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. This photo was taken in 2013. This frog passed away in 2016, making the species extinct.

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Louie Psihoyos film crew documenting an endangered horned marsupial frog (Gastrotheca cornuta) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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Louis Psyhoyos film crew documenting frogs at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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A critically endangered lemur leaf frog (Agalychnis lemur), from the Panama, population, at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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A pair of critically endangered lemur leaf frogs (Agalychnis lemur) in amplexus, from the Panama, population, at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. The male is on top.

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A pair of critically endangered lemur leaf frogs (Agalychnis lemur) in amplexus, from the Panama, population, at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. The male is on top.

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An endangered horned marsupial frog (Gastrotheca cornuta) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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Rabbs’ fringe-limbed treefrog (Ecnomiohyla rabborum) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. This old male was the very last of his kind. This photograph was taken in 2014. He died in 2016, making his species extinct.

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A pair of critically endangered lemur leaf frogs (Agalychnis lemur) in amplexus, from the Panama, population, at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. The male is on top.

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An Alabama canebrake pitcher plant (Sarracenia rubra ssp. alabamensis) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta, Georgia. (US: Endangered)

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The federally endangered hairy rattleweed (Baptisia arachnifera) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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An American chaffseed (Schwalbea americana) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta, Georgia. (US: Endangered)

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An American chaffseed (Schwalbea americana) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta, Georgia. (US: Endangered)

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The federally endangered spreading avens (Geum radiatum) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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The federally endangered spreading avens (Geum radiatum) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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Federally endangered green pitcher-plants (Sarracenia oreophila), at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Many of the bog plants of the SE United States are in trouble now because of bog draining for timber plantations.

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Minus their petals the flowers of a federally endangered Alabama canebrake pitcher-plant (Sarracenia rubra ssp. alabamensis) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, where they are propagated. Many of the bog plants of the SE United States are in trouble now because of bog draining for timber plantations.

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The federally endangered hairy rattleweed (Baptisia arachnifera) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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The federally endangered hairy rattleweed (Baptisia arachnifera) at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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