The dusky gopher frog leapt into the legal limelight Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to consider whether private land can be designated as a critical habitat for the frog—deemed an endangered species—when it doesn’t and can’t live on the land.

The court issued the grant of certiorari along with other orders including three opinions, even as much of the rest of the federal government was in shutdown mode.

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