LET’S TALK: Frogs
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25 March 2018 Queensland Museum

Venue

Queensland Museum

Location

Queensland Museum & Science Centre, Grey Street, South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

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Cost

Adult: $20 Concession: $15 Student: $15
Harry Hines
Participant

Harry Hines

Participant

Harry Hines

Harry is a zoologist with extensive experience in eastern Australia. He has undertaken fauna surveys for state government agencies and conservation groups in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. 

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Summary

Frogs, with their amazing costumes and characteristic songs, are an incredibly important part of any ecosystem. Indeed, they are often looked to as an environment’s health indicator. Join ecologist Harry Hines for a fascinating insight into the diverse features and life cycles of these humble amphibians. Learn about the challenges of managing frog habitats and biodiversity in the modern human-impacted world.  You are guaranteed to leave this talk as a champion for frogs and their survival.

LET’S TALK is presented with support from program partner Inspiring Australia.

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