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Monday, August 11, 1997 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | PREVIOUS: WATTS ANNIVERSARY
1997-08-11

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Martina Correia, Troy Davis’s older sister and anti-death penalty activist.

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Researchers are reporting an alarming increase in the number of deformities in frogs across the country. Not only are the frogs physically deformed — with, for instance, an extra leg or a missing leg — but they are also suffering from extensive internal abnormalities.

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• Dr. Robert McKinnell, a cell biologist at the University of Minnesota who has been studying frogs for almost forty years.

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