As the world continues to develop, many of our planet’s animals are at risk of dying off and disappearing. By building houses and driving cars that emit harmful pollutants, we are encroaching on and removing species from their natural habitat.
In a small area of the Panamanian rainforest, for example, there are 50 different species of frogs that are being threatened by fungus and other new elements within their habitat. Watch this video to learn more about how important it is to preserve endangered wildlife.
For a first-hand look at the colorful world of frogs, visit The Wildlife Experience. Our interactive zoological exhibit, Frogs, introduces visitors to the amazing and colorful world of anurans — the frogs. These amphibians are among the most visually stunning, vocally pleasing and adaptively remarkable life forms on earth. Fifteen types of live frogs will represent natural habitats around the world. The modules are accompanied by spectacular close up photographs and eleven interactive components.
Live frog feedings every Saturday at 11 a.m. Additional programming offered throughout the week. Exhibit runs until May 8, 2011.
Bring the world of nature and conservation to life at The Wildlife Experience! Located just outside of Denver, we have a diverse and interactive array of exhibits, activities and movies that will educate and entertain students of all ages. For more information, please visit us online or call us at (720) 253-0933.