Last chance to see frogs!

Published October 23, 2008

Did you know that the poisonous dart frogs at the National Aquarium aren't really poisonous? Or that there's a 2.2 pound African bull frog living at the Aquarium?  These fascinating creatures are only a hop away! Don't miss your last chance to experience the beauty and diversity of some of our favorite amphibian friends in Frogs! A Chorus of Colors. After 3 years at the National Aquarium, this traveling exhibit will close on Sunday, November 2nd as the Frogs hop onto their next location. With nearly 20 species of frogs and toads in 15 separate habitats, the exhibit offers a close-up look at these diverse creatures from across the world! Frogs are an important indicator of our environment's health. So when you visit, take a moment to learn how the amphibian population is being threatened and simple things you can do to help save these spectacular and important animals.
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