A tree frog in Jember, Indonesia, shelters from the rain under a leaf. The amphibian reportedly held the leaf for 30 minutes before the storm passed. Picture: PENKDIK PALME/NEWSTEAM
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Scientists believe Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd), which causes chytrid fungus disease alters the mating behaviour of Japanese Tree frogs (stock image of uninfected animal shown above). Japanese tree frogs infected by the disease 'call more voraciously' than healthy males to attract a female