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I have a question for all you advanced anuran keepers. I recently read an article about a previously believed to be extinct population of Atelopus varius was discovered in Costa Rica. Rob Giglarido (that's probably mispelled) of Atlanta Botanical Gardens is supposedly trying to breed them and release them back into the wild.

How many Atelopus and Dendrobates are believed to be extinct at the moment? I heard a LOT of Atelopus may have become extinct in the last decade. How is the conservation of D. mysteriosus these days? I believe Mr. Stewart is planning to be importing them for captive breeding.

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As of now,
2 xenopus laevis
2 bombina orientalis
1 Dendrobates tinctorius "Surinam cobalt"
2 parakeets, 1 cockatiel, guppies, and 1 goldfish
Nearly 30 different species, subspecies, morphs, and hybrids of rare carnivorous plants
 
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