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  • Amphibian Ark - An international partnership to ensure the global survival of amphibians, especially those that cannot be safeguarded in nature. Includes background information, campaign resources, activities, petition, news, and contacts.
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  • Biology of the Frog - Information and facts including anatomy, life span, diseases, and history.
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  • Deformed Frogs in Minnesota - Information on possible causes and what the MPCA and other organizations are doing about deformed frogs.
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  • Exploratorium: Frogs - Features an online exhibition, frog myths across cultures, and sound files.
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  • Frogs and Toads of Georgia - Detailed species accounts with photos, illustrations, calls, and range maps for 32 species.
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  • Frogs and Toads of Tennessee - Descriptions and photos of species found in this southeastern U.S. state.
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  • Frogs of Australia - A guide including descriptions, distributions, breeding calls, identification key, and a glossary.
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  • Frogs of Tasmania - A guide to Tasmania's frogs from the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service. Includes sound files of frog calls.
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  • iFrog - Provides information about frogs and toads. Includes forums, news, facts, caresheets, photograph gallery and games.
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  • Living with Wildlife: Frogs - The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife provides information on the species found in the state, their natural history and their interactions with man.
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  • MidWest Frogs - Video clips of frog calls in QuickTime format.
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  • Northern Leopard Frog - A description of the leopard frog [Rana pipiens].
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  • A Rough Guide to Anuran Families - Provides a guide to the classification of the frogs and toads with information about each family.
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  • Whole Frog Project - An interactive frog dissection kit, movies, sounds, and information.
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  • Scientific American: Explaining Frog Deformities - An eight-year investigation into the cause of a shocking increase in deformed amphibians has sorted out the roles of three prime suspects. (February 01, 2003)
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