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How Do Frogs Survive the Winter (When It Feels Like We Humans Hardly Can)?

Find out how our little amphibian friends in our Frogs – A Chorus of Colours exhibition survive winter and other extreme conditions. Continue reading

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Poison-Dart Frogs: Beautiful and Dangerous

The striking colours and patterns on the poison-dart frogs in the museum got the attention of museum volunteer Jennifer Artz. She discovered that the flashy looks of these exotic species are good for much the same thing as the camouflage of native species. One big difference: poison-dart frogs bring toxins to the table. Continue reading

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Frog Care 101

With so many live specimens in our Frogs – A Chorus of Colours exhibition, our frog-keeper Leslie is definitely busy! It’s quite a job to clean and feed all the frogs, and keep them happy and healthy. Continue reading

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The Frogs Made My Day!

After a 12-hour trip, the live specimens for the exhibition Frogs – A Chorus of Colours finally arrived at the museum. Educator Nathalie Rodrigue tells us about installing them in their indoor habitats and the wonderment that they generated. Continue reading

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