The 2016 SAVE THE FROGS! Art Contest received 728 entries from 20 countries! Entries came from Argentina, Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Ecuador, Germany, India, Korea, Malaysia, Namibia, The Netherlands, Philippines, Poland, Taiwan, Thailand, South Africa, Vietnam, Ukraine, and the USA.
Thank you to all the artists and to the 29 schools that participated. Congratulations to the Winners and to the Honorable Mentions! Thanks to all our donors and members whose financial support makes this contest possible! Thanks to SAVE THE FROGS! Gainesville and Joyce Orcutt for their assistance.
Please spread the word about frog conservation by posting any of these art images on your website for non-commercial use (preferably linked to our website). Enjoy the art and thank you for drawing awareness to the future of the frogs!
And the winners are...
Chan Hyuk Kim - Grand Prize Winner
Congratulations to Chan Hyuk Kim, 16 years old, from China, the Grand Prize Winner of the 2016 SAVE THE FROGS Art Contest!
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