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Photos: For a second straight February, flowers and frogs have that spring feeling - Washington Post


Washington Post
Washington just witnessed its warmest back-to-back winter days in recorded history, and flora and fauna have suddenly awakened. Frogs are croaking, and some buds are bursting. But much like last year, this may be just a tease. A wintry weather pattern ...

Disappearing frogs are an unfortunate effect of destruction of ecology due to human activity - Firstpost


Firstpost
When was the last time you saw or even heard a frog ? Twenty years ago. One of the reasons why we have so many mosquitoes is because we have killed off their main predators – the frogs. For many years we exported millions of frogs' legs to France, cut ...

Enhanced evolution: Scientists find genetic swap changes physical expression - Science Daily


Science Daily
He points to the morphological similarity of webbed feet of frogs, water birds, and the capybara, a large rodent, as an example. He also notes the webbed appearance of bat wings, and how the genes in the Hammer toe mouse are also activated in the ...

Microhylid Frogs

Arlington Heights - United States

Photographs and information on several frogs from Southeast Asia in this family.

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True Frogs
United States

Photographs and information on several frogs from Southeast Asia in the genus Rana.

Leaf Frogs
United States

Photographs and information on several well camouflaged frogs of the Megophrys genus commonly known as leaf frogs, horned frogs or litter frogs.

United States

Photographs and information on several frogs in the genus Theloderma from Southeast Asia.

Frogs of Tasmania
Australia

A guide to Tasmania's frogs from the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service. Includes sound files of frog calls.

MidWest Frogs
United States

Video clips of frog calls in QuickTime format.

Frogs.org
United States

Amphibian Conservation Alliance site with information and resources related to amphibians and amphibian conservation in the USA.

Exploratorium: Frogs
United States

Includes online exhibits like Frog Tracker that lets you listen to the calls of different North American frogs and Disappearing Act, which shows how frogs use camouflage to avoid predators. The site also includes activities and articles.

Frogs for Kids
United States

See pictures of frogs, find out what kinds of frogs live in Minnesota, hear what their calls sound like, print out pages to color, and learn lots about frogs. From the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.

Finland

Guide to identify, understand, and appreciate the state's tailless amphibian species.

Mark's Frogs
United States

Experiences with and photos of poison dart frogs of the genus Dendrobates, as well as Mantella frogs.