Frog

"Amphibians" (3-18-2008)   Visit the Website

Full Show: Why is the life cycle of amphibians considered unique? What roles do these creatures play in the web of life? Host Joan Cartan-Hansen and her guest scientists, Adare Evans and Eric Leitzinger from the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, will answer your questions about amphibians.

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Video Short: Frogs are sure different from people: they're cold-blooded, they "sing" to attract a mate, and they metamorphose from larva to tadpole to adult.

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Web Extra: Adare Evans and Eric Leitzinger stay after to answer more questions about amphibians.

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