In the Face of Extinction: Thinking about the Biodiversity and Conservation of Frogs





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Published on Mar 13, 2014

Panama is home to nearly 200 species of frogs! Join conservation biologist Brian Gratwicke to learn about the fabulous frogs of Panama, masters of camouflage who lead a watery lifestyle and act as nature's "middlemen" in the food chain. Learn why frogs are disappearing around the world, why it matters to you, and what Smithsonian scientists and their partners are doing to prevent their mass extinction.

Presented by:
Sharon Ryan, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute

Brian Gratwicke, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute

Angie Estrada, Amphibian Rescue and Conservation Project

Original Airdate: September 11, 2013

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