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Nature: Frog Cam, singing frogs, and much more

Frogs have been around for more than 200 million years and now range in size from half an inch (the Cuban tree toad) to 15 inches (and 7 pounds: the goliath frog of West Africa). At the American Museum of Natural History's frog site read an introductory essay, peruse pics and general info on a number of frog species (for example, the Budgett's frog, which can puff up its body with air, arch its back, and scream like a cat in order to frighten predators, or the seriously beautiful dart poison frogs of Central and South America), find out about the creature's reproductive cycle, enjoy the sounds of peepers from Madagascar, and check out the live "FrogCam." <>