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Two new Horned Frog species found on Vietnam’s highest peak
Two new, and likely highly threatened, frog species have just been revealed.
How can you tell the difference between a Cane Toad and a native Australian frog species?
Identifying whether a backyard guest is a native frog or a Cane Toad can be tricky: here’s some tips to help.
Surveying the frog diversity of a remarkable corner of the Australian Alps
The Australian Museum joins a Bush Blitz team to discover the biodiversity of the ACT.
Five Things: How to help save the frogs
Listen to journalist and author, Ali Gripper, as she sits down with Dr Jodi Rowley for an intimate Q&A on Jodi’s life's work and to learn five things we can do to make our gardens frog-friendly.
Five Things: How to create a thriving native garden
Listen to a Q&A with Clarence Slockee as he shares tips on how to make your garden a haven for native plants and wildlife.
Five Things: How to help our native bees
Discover five things you can do to bring native bees into your garden, as native bee taxonomist, Michael Batley, discusses their importance, beauty and diversity.
Closing the gap between species discovery and conservation
Ensuring amphibians new to science are considered in conservation strategies.
Bird poo frogs – more species than meets the eye!
Identifying hidden frog species (that look like bird poo) using DNA
Frog goo to the rescue
Why frogs may hold the key to curing your next illness
Is the demand for amphibians as pets threatening their survival in the wild?
The global trade in wildlife threatens more than just rhinos, elephants and tigers: amphibians are also at risk