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Article Collaborators The Horse is organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York, in collaboration with the Abu Dhabi Authority for... Article Protecting Wild Horses Across the globe, there are small populations of wild horses that roam free, ridden by no one. Article The Amazing Adaptable Frog Frogs live almost everywhere—from tropical forests to frozen tundra and scorching deserts—and have an amazing range of surviv... Article Tadpoles Most frogs and other amphibians hatch as fish-like larvae called tadpoles, or "pollywogs." Tadpoles exist to eat an... Article Toxic To Touch They don't sting or bite, but some frogs nevertheless can fend off the most ferocious foes. Their secret? Poison secreted fro... Article Frog Pharming The 80 or so poison dart frog species in Central and South America contain more than 300 different skin chemicals called alka... Staff Meet the Curator Christopher J. Raxworthy's research focuses on Old World reptile and amphibian systematics and biogeography, especially the s... Audio Frog Sounds More than 200 frog species live in Madagascar, 99 percent of which exist only on this California-sized island off the coast o... Research Frog Research at the Museum For more than a century, herpetologists from the American Museum of Natural History have pioneered frog research worldwide. E... Article Frog Fun Facts There is evidence that frogs have roamed the Earth for more than 200 million years, at least as long as the dinosaurs. Article Project Golden Frog A newly discovered fungal disease is spreading throughout many regions of the world, killing virtually all amphibians in its... Article Frogs in Our Throats Since the dawn of humanity, frogs have been on our dinner plates, and they still provide an important food source for some de...