The Bolivian Amphibian Initiative hopes to raise $15,000 by tomorrow to cover 10 expeditions to the areas where Romeos were once known to live in order to not only find a Juliet, but also create a conservation-breeding program.w=300" data-large-file="https://afroginthefjord.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/seduction-2-2.jpg? w=720" / You might ask yourself when seeing this title: is there really anything to say about seduction in Norway? In Italy one could write about the casanovas and the sexy brunettes agreeing with langourious eyes and loud conversations, in France it would be the born-seductors and the classy and snoby Parisian women teasing men with their red lipstick and long cigarettes. Conservation groups have teamed up with dating site in attempts to find a mating partner for an 11-year-old frog named Romeo in an attempt to save his species.We don’t want him to lose hope, and we continue to remain hopeful that others are out there so we can establish a conservation breeding program to save this species," said Arturo Muñoz, founder of the Bolivian Amphibian Initiative and GWC associate conservation scientist, in a press release. Your gift will help send scientists from Bolivian Amphibian Initiative to the field to find a #Match4Romeo Check out his Match profile to learn more about this heartthrob, who lives at the Museo de Historia Natural "Alcide d'Orbigny” #linkinbio A post shared by Global Wildlife Conservation (@global_wildlife_conservation) on He's suave.
Romeo, an 11-year-old frog from Cochabamba City, Bolivia, has been given his own online dating profile in a bid to save his species.
#linkinbio A post shared by Global Wildlife Conservation (@global_wildlife_conservation) on The profile adds: "I'm a pretty simple guy.