This is a Dutch video from 2012 about spadefoot toad conservation in Limburg province.
Dutch conservation organisation ARK reports today that on 14 July 2015, nearly 700 tadpoles of the rare European common spadefoot toad have been freed. This happened in Kempen-Broek nature reserve, on the border of Noord-Brabant and Limburg provinces in the Netherlands and Limburg province in Belgium.
This was the second time that larvae of this rare species have been freed there. In 2016, it will happen for the third and last time.
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