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While many frogs have become endangered in an era of emerging diseases, at least one amphibious animal has flourished in worlds formed and transformed by humans and chytrids. The name of this creature means “strange foot” (xeno = strange, pus = foot) in Latin, while commonly it is known as the African clawed frog. The Xenopus pregnancy test, which was discovered in 1938, resulted in the exportation of hundreds of thousands of animals from South Africa. Reenacting this test in a Brooklyn art gallery in 2012, a group of interdisciplinary researchers conducted a performative experiment to distort and displace...

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