Rare toad spotted after 25-year absence, says Israel Nature and Parks Authority
Syrian spadefoot’s return near Kibbutz Ga’ash reportedly is due to improvement in environmental conditions.
The Israel Nature and Parks Authority has announced the finding of a rare species of toad, the Syrian spadefoot, in a pool near Kibbutz Ga’ash on the coastal plain. This species, known to experts as Pelobates syriacus, has not been seen in the region for nearly 25 years and its return has been attributed to improved ecological conditions.
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