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    Uploaded for Flickr member Julie Larsen Maher

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    Bruce Foster, Wildlife Conservation Society's Collections Manager at Central Park Zoo, is working to save the critically endangered Wyoming toad, thought to be extinct in the wild. Through a successful breeding program in New York, there is now a small population of the toads found outside of Laramie, Wyoming, a result of a joint reintroduction program lead by the USFWS and supported by AZA Zoos.

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    1. bufoman56 74 months ago | reply

      Give the "toadman" a 10 for trying to save one of North America's most endangered amphibians the Wyoming toad.

    2. JOYLEW 74 months ago | reply

      Love it!! 10!!

    3. cleverlittleslayer 74 months ago | reply

      I think they work out at the same gym...10!

    4. ralphie422 73 months ago | reply

      I'd give it a 12.5, but the highest the score will go is 10!

    5. sarahwerner 73 months ago | reply

      I love the look on Bruce's face - we should all be so concerned about this topic. What a fabulous image! 10+

    6. gamma draconis 73 months ago | reply

      This photo's a 10!

    7. tursiopstrainer 73 months ago | reply

      Beautiful! Its a 10!

    8. fran74 73 months ago | reply

      Definitely a 10!

    9. saharatanm 73 months ago | reply

      10 for brucey. yay

    10. Silent Scott 73 months ago | reply

      4 - Love the effort to save the toad, but could be composed better

    11. angelinguide 73 months ago | reply

      Best photo, best earth day! Score 10!

    12. J. Serrano 73 months ago | reply

      10 great photo.

    13. dusteburnz 73 months ago | reply

      10

      Toads rock, so does Bruce.

    14. farmerart6 73 months ago | reply

      10! Protecting the environment it is!

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