Mystery Science: Why Do Frogs Say "Ribbit"?
Mystery Science

This Mystery is a case study in biodiversity using the frogs of North America. In the activity, Who’s Calling?, students learn to identify frogs by their unique calls and investigate which of two locations has a greater variety of frogs.

DK Find Out! Amphibians

Amphibians are best known for their ability to live both on land and in water.  

SciGirls Connect: Frog Whisperers
SciGirls Connect

When St. Louis’ SciGirls find the amphibian population in decline, they hop to it!

Sidedoor: The Silence of the Frogs (Season 3, Ep. 14)
Sidedoor (Smithsonian)

In the mid-1990s, investigators identified a mysterious and seemingly unstoppable killer. Its name? Chytrid. Its prey? Frogs.

But Why?: Why Do Turtles Need Shells? Why Do Frogs Hop?
But Why?

We wade into a Vermont pond with herpetologists Jim Andrews and Kate Kelly! We also get a preview of the new Earth Rangers podcast.

Short Wave: An Eyewitness to Extinction
Short Wave (NPR)

While doing field work in Central America in the 1990’s, biologist Karen Lips noticed the frogs she was studying were disappearing.