The Sierra Nevada Yellow-Legged Frog was once the most abundant frog in California, but has disappeared from over 90% of the lakes it once inhabited, in large part due to the introduction of non-native trout, which are voracious predators of tadpoles.
The National Park Service is currently deciding whether to remove the non-native trout from Sequoia Kings Canyon National Park.
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