Rare spadefoot toads discovery

This video is about an European common spadefoot toad digging.

Translated from Dagblad van het Noorden in the Netherlands:

30 September 2014, 18:22

VALTHE / NIJMEGEN – Good news for the endangered European common spadefoot toad.

In the area roughly between Weerdinge and Exloo four new sites have been discovered where the animals live. Richard Struijk of Ravon (Reptile Amphibian and Fish Conservation in the Netherlands) in Nijmegen speaks of spectacular news.

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