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Frogs – A Chorus of Colours
September 25, 2013 – May 11, 2014
Frogs – A Chorus of Colours features a rainbow of frogs from around the world.
Frogs are among the most visually stunning, vocally pleasing, and adaptively remarkable life forms on Earth.
Get eyeball-to-eyeball with tree frogs, tomato frogs, bullfrogs, horned frogs, dart poison frogs, toads and more.
Live specimens are presented in attractively re-created native habitats complete with plants, rock ledges and waterfalls.
Try out the hands-on activities, including frog calls, origami, frog drawing, crafts and more.
If you've never thought of frogs as beautiful, this exhibition will change your mind!
Did You Know?
- Frogs live almost everywhere—from tropical forests to the northern limits of the boreal forest, even in scorching deserts.
- Along with hopping and jumping, frogs can climb, walk, run, burrow, swim and even glide through the air.
- The world's largest frog is the goliath frog of west Africa. It can grow to 40 cm and weigh up to 3 kg—about the size of a newborn human.
- The world's smallest frog may be the Cuban tree toad, which grows to only 1.25 cm long.
Frogs – A Chorus of Colours was created by Peeling Productions at Clyde Peeling's REPTILAND, Allenwood, PA.