Gilbert Adum has fallen head over heels for the giant squeaker frog. The Ghanaian biologist rediscovered the species, which was long considered extinct in the region. Now he's dedicated himself to saving the amphibians.
Gilbert Adum loves frogs. So much so, that he has devoted his life to saving them. And in that pursuit, he is helping to improve local lives - and making his mark as a bit of an environmental hero.
Biologist Gilbert Adum loves Ghana's giant squeaker frog. He's doing everything he can to make sure the endangered species doesn't croak.
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