Two new research tools are supporting a groundswell of public interest that could make a difference to the future of Australian frogs, which are facing tough times.
Burrowing frogs spend most of their lives underground, which impacts their shape, eating and breeding habits.
Australia is home to well over 200 species of frog, which makes for a diverse range of sounds.
Frogs use a unique kind of reversible saliva combined with a super-soft tongue to hold onto prey, new research has found.
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Broome’s record rainfall has flooded the region and forced local wildlife to flee to higher ground.
Ordinary pool salt may provide a cure for a debilitating disease that has so far driven one third of the world’s frogs to the brink of extinction.
Australian frogs live out extremely complex sex lives.
A guide to how you can make your backyard perfectly cosy for our native frogs.