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Exhibit Poison Dart Frog Toxic alkaloids, including deadly toxins secreted by the poison dart frog, may have unique implications for the treatment of neurological... Press Release Frogs: A Chorus of Colors Frogs: A Chorus of Colors returns to the American Museum of Natural History. May 28, 2011 OLogy Card 122 Goliath frog Tipping the scales at more than 7 pounds, the Goliath is the largest frog in the world. Just two of these frogs weigh as much as... Special Exhibition Frogs: A Chorus of Colors Explore the rich diversity of frogs and learn about their evolution, biology, and the threats they face today. May 18, 2013 — January 5, 2014 Article What Are Frogs Worth? Frogs eat untold billions of insects each year making them economically valuable to agriculture. Blog Post Know Your Dart-Poison Frog Ten diminutive, colorful dart-poison frog species are featured in a lively vivarium in the Museum’s live-animal exhibition Frogs:... August 13, 2013 Press Release Frogs: A Chorus of Colors Returns Captivating exhibition showcases more than 200 live frogs from around the world. May 30, 2009 Blog Post Charismatic, Colorful Frogs Coming to the Museum This Saturday, the live-animal exhibition Frogs: A Chorus of Colors opens at the Museum. With more than 200 live frogs from around... May 13, 2013 Article Frog Antifreeze Some frogs live high on mountain slopes or in the frigid North. Some species practice controlled freezing: they produce excess sugars... OLogy Card 352 golden poison frog Over 80 kinds of poison frogs live in the tropical forests of Central and South America. Article Yellow-banded Poison Frog Yellow-banded poison frogs are also known as bumblebee poison dart frogs. Their bright colors serve as warning labels for predators,... Article Frog Eyes Frog eyes come in a stunning range of colors and patterns. Most frogs see well only at a distance, but they have excellent night...
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