Date(s) - February 28, 2018 - May 31, 2018
Aquarium of the Pacific
Frogs and other amphibians have adapted over millions of years to survive and thrive in their ecosystems – but many are now in peril. Through this massive exhibit of close to two dozen species in thematic displays, visitors can learn about our slippery friends through educational graphics and interactive exhibits that highlight the beauty and threats to these remarkable animals. Hear their croaks in “Frog Sounds,” learn about their reproduction in “Lifecycle,” and experience a visual journey through the world of frogs and amphibians in the Great Hall, where images of these striking animals are projected across eight screens. Be sure to catch the aquarium’s fascinating series of events and lectures, including “Why Don’t Frogs Poison Themselves?” Because, really, why don’t they?
Frogs: Dazzling and Disappearing