Helping treefrogs


This November 2016 video is about plans in North Brabant province in the Netherlands to improve things for rare treefrogs.

The regional water authority, local authorities, Toxandria golf course and others together want to make an eleven kilometer long zone in which treefrogs can move to prevent becoming isolated, with risks of becoming extinct.

One aspect of the plan is to make a viaduct crossing a highway fit for treefrogs.

Listening to a deafening chorus of Cope’s gray treefrogs on a spring evening, scientists have wondered: Do female frogs use a similar strategy to pick important messages about potential mates out of the cacophony? Here.

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