URI student creates model to pinpoint deadliest roads for reptiles, amphibians

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – A University of Rhode Island graduate student is developing a computer model to predict areas in Rhode Island where large numbers of reptiles and amphibians such as frogs are killed while attempting to cross the road. It's a serious issue for frog, turtle and snake species. URI said a study in Denmark…

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