A view of Cathedral Rocks at Yosemite National Park. California red-legged frogs and Western pond turtles – both missing from most Yosemite Natonal Park for decades – are also being reintroduced under a partnership with the San Francisco Zoo & Gardens.
A view of Cathedral Rocks at Yosemite National Park. California red-legged frogs and Western pond turtles – both missing from most Yosemite Natonal Park for decades – are also being reintroduced under a partnership with the San Francisco Zoo & Gardens. Mark Boster Los Angeles Times, file
A view of Cathedral Rocks at Yosemite National Park. California red-legged frogs and Western pond turtles – both missing from most Yosemite Natonal Park for decades – are also being reintroduced under a partnership with the San Francisco Zoo & Gardens. Mark Boster Los Angeles Times, file

Long missing frog, turtle species making return to Yosemite

May 25, 2016 07:59 PM

UPDATED May 26, 2016 07:41 AM

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