On Friday, the 29th of April, a celebration day for amphibians was held at Peedu elementary school in Tartu, Estonia! There was 4 thematic lessons: first about frogs in the world and their threats, status in Estonia; second about frog craft, third about frog based jumping games and finally there was a walk to nearby ponds looking for frogs and teaching how to distinguish them. All lessons are related to each other. All activities are carried out by amphibian specialist Kristiina Kübarsepp. Also there was an announcement about new online frog coloring book of Estonian species, which can be downloaded publically. What a great way to celebrate Save The Frogs Day!


Check out this great video about Save The Frogs Day in Tartu!

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"I live with four other people in a co-op in Memphis called the Frog House. My roommates and I are currently planning our backyard frog pond project. It all started with someone suggesting we buy a pet frog, and after talk and research we found that the best way to have frogs at our house was to create a habitat for them outdoors. It is my hope that, even in a small way, we can help stabilize the frog populations of our area, which may help bring about a halt to the frightening rates of many species decline and extinction."

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