Springfield Science Museum Exhibits
Frogs: A Chorus of Colors
January 21st, 2012 through May 13th, 2012
Springfield Science Museum
A fascinating live animal exhibit that brings visitors into the colorful, sound-filled world of frogs. Fifteen naturalistic habitats filled with rock ledges, live plants and waterfalls are home to a selection of unusual frogs and toads from around the planet.
Visitors will encounter frogs with such strange names as Mexican Dumpy Frogs, Waxy Monkey Frogs, Vietnamese Mossy Frogs, and Fire-bellied Toads. The exhibit also includes videos of frogs in the wild, recorded frog calls, colorful graphics and photos, and interactive activities that explain fascinating frog facts.
If you’ve never thought of frogs as beautiful, this exhibit will change your mind!
SPECIAL EXHIBITION FEE
- $5 for all visitors ages 3 and up in addition to museum admission.
Created by Peeling Productions at Clyde Peeling’s Reptiland in Allenwood, Pennsylvania. Sponsored locally by United Bank.
Group Tours: Call 413.263.6800, ext. 379, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
School Program Available