Which dinosaurs will get their horns?
The government is trying to put the final touches on the federal government’s controversial plan to replace the Great Horned Frog with a “big horned” species.
The decision is expected to be made this week.
The Department of Energy announced this week that it would be “taking the lead” on the project, which is aimed at making the frogs more resilient in the face of climate change.
The frogs, which were the last of their kind to be listed as endangered in the United States, are among more than 100 species of endangered animals.
The new plan, titled the Great Frog Replacement Program, is expected for approval by the Department of the Interior, which oversees the Interior Department.
It’s not known if it will include the frogs.
The government’s decision is part of the $3.9 billion plan to protect and restore the amphibians that have been designated as critically endangered in several states.
The frogs were listed as Endangered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in 1980, but have only been listed as threatened or endangered in one state since then.
The species is classified as endangered due to habitat loss, habitat fragmentation, and climate change-induced changes to their ecosystem.
The federal government lists the frogs as vulnerable under the Endangered Species Act.
The Horned Horned Fish (HHLDF) is a federally protected species, and has been listed since 1973.
The HHLDF was listed as critically threatened by the National Marine Fisheries Service in the 1990s and was listed in the End of Life and Endangered Endangered listing in 2006.
Horns are typically red and are often white, but the government recently made the horned frog a “red species.”
The horned horned fish are one of the most widely distributed species of amphibians, and they’re found across the globe, including in the U, S., and Canada.
The Great Horns Frog is the most abundant frog in North America, and their unique horns provide them with a unique scent that helps them navigate their habitats.
In some areas of the world, such as the Mediterranean, the frogs are found in lakes, streams, and even in ponds.
In addition to the Horned frogs, the government is also working on a new species of frog, the Stromatopodidus dolmanii, to replace a variety of other endangered species, including the Blue-footed Frog.
The Stromatinopus dolmansi is a common species of frogs that have a yellow body and white head.
The Interior Department has already approved two other species of non-avian amphibians for removal from endangered status, the Red-tailed Spider and the Blue Flycatcher.
The agency has also approved a new group of frogs called the Great Lakes Frog.
The federal government is one of a handful of federal agencies that are working on the Horns Replacement Program.
In addition to Interior’s announcement, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is planning a study that could identify which frogs should be added to the list of endangered species.