Of those, 30 species are native – including endangered frogs such as green and golden bell frogs, southern bell frogs and the giant barred frog. The one invasive species is the cane toad. Sixty per cent of the frogs found are green tree frogs, something likely explained by the fact they are a common species found in and around people’s homes. The frogs that are found alive are often lethargic and emaciated, with red bellies and coloured patches on their skin. When frogs die, they shrivel up quickly, so many have been found dark brown and withered. Jane Hall at the Australian Registry of Wildlife Health at Taronga zoo. Photograph: Carly Earl/The Guardian “It’s exquisitely difficult to work with frogs because they decompose so quickly and are a cryptic species – meaning they’re difficult to find,” says Jane Hall, who works with Rose at the Australian Registry of Wildlife Health at Taronga zoo. The two scientists have been conducting necropsies on frog carcasses at a pathology facility at Taronga zoo that acts as a morgue and a lab. They dissect the frogs, looking for any indicators of disease, and take samples from their liver, kidneys, blood and super fast reply stomach content if they have any. Over at the Australian Museum, Rowley and her team are looking at the animals on a molecular level. Much like a Covid-19 test, they swab the frogs – usually on their belly and legs – and also take a small skin sample. They then run DNA tests looking for pathogens that might indicate a virus or a fungus. At present, the number one candidate for what has caused the mass mortality event is chytrid fungus, which has been responsible for declines of more than 500 amphibian species globally. It is more likely to take hold during winter months, when frogs’ immune systems slow down. Some of the tests have returned a positive result, but Rowley and Hall both say it is too early to draw conclusions. Covid-19 lockdowns have also hampered the ability to do investigations in the field. The freezer containing some of the samples Jodi Rowley has been sent.https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/sep/19/like-nothing-in-my-lifetime-researchers-race-to-unravel-the-mystery-of-australias-dying-frogs
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Read our Kelly Price live blog for the very latest news and updates... The family members explained that they were "in touch" with Kelly while she was hospitalized a week into August with her children visiting "several times." Kelly presumably stayed in the hospital for three weeks but, according to her loved ones, they got a call that she had been discharged. The call was allegedly "surprising" to her family as they were under the impression she was "still not fully healthy." The family claimed Kelly has not been heard from since and they even told law enforcement that her fiancé - who has widely been reported to be her boyfriend - is allegedly "keeping friends and family from visiting her home." Many of those close to Kelly are "concerned" - which led to a welfare check last week, the publication reported. The investigation is underway and remains ongoing to find answer into what exactly happened, officials said. Fans immediately expressed their shock, worry and confusion on Twitter with many demanding answers when Kelly was first reported missing. One person asked of the timeline: "So Kelly Price has been missing since august and this is the first we’re hearing about it?" "Somebody better go find Kelly Price, and I mean immediately," a Twitter user demanded. While another said with a prayer emoji: "Lord have mercy. I hope they find Kelly Price safe and sound!!" "Where is the sense of urgency from the authorities? Smh," a fourth expressed on Twitter of her partner's alleged involvement. In March, Kelly revealed in an interview with Madame Noire that she was secretly engaged. "I’m actually engaged right now. I haven’t said anything much publicly yet but I’ve been with someone for about two years now. "I intentionally kept it quiet because I told myself when it comes time to let the world know, I’ll let the world know exactly who that individual is," she told the outlet of keeping her man's identity a secret. She continued of their relationship: "I have my own litmus test of things. So I needed every situation to be tried out before I said, ‘Yes, I’ll do this again.’ "Because I’ve done this before and divorce is not fun even when you know you need to get divorced. It’s not fun." The vocal powerhouse added of her dynamic with her mystery man: "Now, I do know better, if for some reason, it doesn’t work, I won’t ever force myself to stay in a situation that’s not working.https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/3728187/kelly-price-missing-georgia-singer-covid-fled-hospital/
Gavin Newsom's fate at stake, Californians on Tuesday cast the last of the ballots that will decide whether he continues to lead them or if the nation's most populous state veers in a more conservative direction amid anger over his actions during the COVID-19 pandemic. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) Voters cast their ballots at a vote center Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021, in La Habra, Calif. With Gov. Gavin Newsom's fate at stake, Californians on Tuesday cast the last of the ballots that will decide whether he continues to lead them or if the nation's most populous state veers in a more conservative direction amid anger over his actions during the COVID-19 pandemic. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) Gerri Kanelos inspects a ballot for damage before they are sent to be tabulated at the Sacramento County Registrar of Voters Office in Sacramento, Calif., Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021.https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2021/09/14/california-recall-election-governor-gavin-newsom/8266488002/