Amphibian Migrations Launch In Spring Weather


    A volunteer approaches a male toad to pick him up from a road near Berlin on March 18, 2012 in Gueterfelde, Germany. Volunteers from Germanys NABU wildlife protection group collect toads migrating to spawn in a nearby lake in order to save them from the passing cars on a road that lies along the migration route. Every spring amphibians, including toads, frogs and newts, migrate to the waters where they were born in order to lay their eggs, and traffic is among the biggest hazards they will face. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)


    A volunteer approaches a male toad to pick him up from a road near Berlin




    Volunteer Burghard Sell collects toads along an amphibian fence next to a road near Berlin




    A male toad clings to the back of his female partner after volunteers deposited them on the other side of a road along the toads migration route near Berlin




    Volunteers collect toads along an amphibian fence next to a road near Berlin




    Toads, including males clinging to the backs of their female partners, lie trapped in a buried bucket left by volunteers along a road near Berlin




    A female toad carrying her male partner walks up the arm of volunteer Burghard Sell after he caught them along an amphibian fence next to a road near Berlin




    Volunteer Burghard Sell collects toads along an amphibian fence next to a road near Berlin

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Amphibian Migrations Launch In Spring Weather


A volunteer approaches a male toad to pick him up from a road near Berlin on March 18, 2012 in Gueterfelde, Germany. Volunteers from Germanys NABU wildlife protection group collect toads migrating to spawn in a nearby lake in order to save them from the passing cars on a road that lies along the migration route. Every spring amphibians, including toads, frogs and newts, migrate to the waters where they were born in order to lay their eggs, and traffic is among the biggest hazards they will face. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)


A volunteer approaches a male toad to pick him up from a road near Berlin




Volunteer Burghard Sell collects toads along an amphibian fence next to a road near Berlin




A male toad clings to the back of his female partner after volunteers deposited them on the other side of a road along the toads migration route near Berlin




Volunteers collect toads along an amphibian fence next to a road near Berlin




Toads, including males clinging to the backs of their female partners, lie trapped in a buried bucket left by volunteers along a road near Berlin




A female toad carrying her male partner walks up the arm of volunteer Burghard Sell after he caught them along an amphibian fence next to a road near Berlin




Volunteer Burghard Sell collects toads along an amphibian fence next to a road near Berlin

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