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Frogs

Based on a popular exhibition, this website explores the adaptable frog and the importance of frogs as research animals and environmental sentinels through articles, audio, video, and interactive exhibits.
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Based on a popular exhibition, this website explores the adaptable frog--and the importance of frogs as research animals and environmental sentinels--through articles, audio, video, and interactive exhibits.

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