Watch out. Now that San Francisco’s Michelin-starred Restaurant Gary Danko has become the first restaurant to remove frog legs from its menu for environmental reasons, the Save The Frogs people want other restaurants to follow suit. It’s not so much that this group wants to reduce the amount of frog legs served in these restaurants. It’s more that it wants to piggyback on the sustainability clout of high-profile restaurants to aid worldwide amphibian conservation. Sure, it’s a good ...

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