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Frogs: A Chorus of Colour at the Museum of Nature

By MEAGHAN CROWLEY

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Discover the world of frogs in Frogs: A Chorus of Colour at the Canadian Museum of Nature (Photo: Joe McDonald)

Have a hopping good time at the Canadian Museum of Nature. Did you know that some chemicals found on frog skin can be used for medicinal purposes? Or that the African goliath frog is the world’s largest? It’s all part of the learning experience at the Canadian Museum of Nature’s Frogs: A Chorus of Colour exhibit. It features frogs from all over the world in recreations of their natural habitats, as well as interactive activities that include listening to different frog calls and watching a virtual dissection (no frogs were harmed in the making of this video). You’ll soon discover that there’s plenty to learn about everyone’s favourite amphibian…but you might want to refrain from kissing them. That’s just gross. On from Sept. 25 to May 11, 2014
Frogs: A Chorus of Colour at the Canadian Museum of Nature, 240 McLeod St., 613-566-4700, nature.ca
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