Amphibious thanks

24th February 1995 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Amphibious thanks: an orange frog makes friends with Amy Cooper, a seven-year-old pupil of St Mary's primary school, Truro, and a member of the Cornwall Wildlife Trust. Some fear the orange creatures are evidence of global warming - they develop from albino tadpoles which need extra warmth to survive - others say the sightings of these genetic deviants merely prove Cornwall is a sunny county.

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