Nature's death knell: How a frog's love song is a bat's dinner bell

Reuters Innovations
March 16, 2014 AT 9:27 AM
Love hurts for Panama's Tungara (PRON: toonga-ra) frog. The amphibians' love song beckons not only potential mates but also its moral enemy, the fringe-lipped bat. Researchers at the Smithsionian Tropical Research Institute in Panama say it's a classic case of natural selection versus the instinct for survival. Sharon Reich reports.