Our New 'Frogs of Panama' Exhibit is here!
One of my favorite things about the new 'Frogs of Panama' exhibit is that all of the frogs on display were bred here in our captive breeding facility. There are four types of frogs in this exhibit.
First, and probably the easiest to see, is the Marsupial Frog. Then, there's the impressive Crowned or Coronated Treefrog.
You may be able to see some of the Rocket Frogs enjoying the 'stream' across the bottom of the display. Then, the hardest to find (at least for me!) in the exhibit is the beautiful Robber Frog. Look for a black frog, with bright red stripes.
I was able to find a few with my camera yesterday, so I am posting the pictures here—enjoy and come see for yourself!
This exhibit is in the lobby of the Fuqua Conservatory, along with three other frog displays