There is an exhibit in the AMNH where there are actual LIVE animals. It is the frog exhibit. You can find it by the entrance to the museum with the giant canoe. There are a wide variety of small enclosures with the different types of frogs filled with tons of information on each species. Here is a bunch of the frogs, trust me when I say there are SO many more.
They blend into the rock.
Each enclosure is a new game of find the frogs.
Now there is some bright coloring.
This is where “bumps on a log” came from I guess.
Doesn’t exactly blend in now does it?
Fun with monochromatic frog images.
Tiny yellow frog – might be poisonous.
They are all over the place.
Look at all the colors.
They are everywhere. Look at them! So tiny!
Tiny red one by the glass.
This is MY tree.
FInd the frogs! How many do you see? Hint: there are 4.
Resting in its own private grotto.
One of the big ones. Rivals the size of the one I had to dissect in bio class.
They were sunning themselves.
They look like plastic. And then they move.
It’s like a bird’s nest.
This one kinda stands out.
There’s the one I was looking for. Yay tree frogs!
Frog skeleton. It’s REALLY large.
Next week: We wrap up the AMNH with the dinosaur and other fossils.