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The Frogs exhibition ran at the Exploratorium from February 13, 1999 through February 6, 2000. To find out more, read About the Exhibition. To learn more about future exhibitions and events at the museum, subscribe to eNews.

Here online, you can still enjoy our frog articles, interactive exhibits and hands-on activities.


About the frog photographs and images on this page in order from top to bottom.

Chaco Waxy Monkey Frog (Phyllomedusa savaugii) - photo by Amy Snyder

Crowned Frog - Illustration by Khristine Anja Page.

The two bottom frogs are both
African Reed Frogs (Hyperolius viridifavis & Hyperolius pusilus) - photos by Dante Fenolio

Web site credits

Wax Frog Features

The Amazing, Adaptable Frog

Inside the Lab & Out in the Field

Cold-Blooded Solutions to Warm-Blooded Problems
 
 
Tales and Tour

Rayne, Louisiana: Frog City USA


Frog Myths Across Cultures
 
Frog with Crown
Reed Frog Online Exhibits

Frog Tracker

Disappearing Act
Activities and Sounds

Make Your Own Rainstick

The Sounds of the Rain Forest
Another Reed Frog

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