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Frogs, A Chorus of Colors

Frogs, A Chorus of Colors Based on an extremely popular exhibit at New York City's American Museum of Natural History, this in-depth multimedia site presents information about the reproduction, adaptations, and ecosystems of a variety of frogs while highlighting their distinct differences in
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Frogs, A Chorus of Colors


Based on an extremely popular exhibit at New York City's American Museum of Natural History, this in-depth multimedia site presents information about the reproduction, adaptations, and ecosystems of a variety of frogs while highlighting their distinct differences in color. There are audio files of frog calls and other engaging bonuses.

American Museum of Natural History

• Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• Middle School Elementary School Professional

Tonya Nkhata

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