The Wyoming Toad makes a comeback.

Wyoming – The Laramie Basin, in Albany County is the only place in the world you will find the Wyoming Toad. Its population dropped in the 1980s, due to habitat loss and other factors. By 1995, it was thought to be extinct in the wild. Now, the toad is showing researchers that there might be hope for amphibian species worldwide threatened by a deadly fungus. Wyoming Public Radio's Molly Messick reports.