Appetite for frogs’ legs in France and Belgium ‘driving species to extinction’


Conservationists say exploitation of amphibians leading to depletion of native species abroad

A voracious appetite for frogs’ legs among the French and Belgians is driving amphibian species in Indonesia, Turkey and Albania to the brink of extinction, according to a new report.

Europe imports up to 200 million mostly wild frogs every year, and contributes to a serious depletion of native species abroad in the process.

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