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What does the Chytrid fungus particularly affect?

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AChronically damp toes
CWild cats

Correct Option: 4  

The fungus is a major cause of the extinction of some amphibians over the last 100 years or so, and the widespread death of those still left. Changes from the fungus include a thickening of the vital oxygen-absorbing skin, convulsions, accumulations of sloughed skin over the body, and occasional small ulcers or haemorrhage; behavioural changes can include lethargy, a failure to seek shelter, a failure to flee, a loss of righting reflex.
posted Jun 1, 2018 by Yogeshwar Thakur

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