Frog problem found close to home

Two newly discovered parasite species are causing disease among endangered Australian frogs. Researchers say they are most likely native, overturning a commonly held view they were introduced with cane toads in 1935.

The parasites have so far been found in 10 frog species, including the iconic Green and Golden Bell Frog, the Southern Bell Frog and even the Yellow Spotted Bell Frog - a species presumed extinct for 30 years until recently.

Read more at University of Sydney