This Xenopus laevis female is shown surrounded by her newly ovulated eggs. This frog is not native to the United States, but serves as the amphibian version of a lab rat for many toxicology studies — including those measuring nitrate’s impact on reproductive hormones.
Credit: T. Barbeau.
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