December 31, 2013

Frogs: A Chorus of Colors at the American Museum of Natural History


By New York Family


Amphibian lovers, get excited—the American Museum of Natural History’s newest exhibit, Frogs: A Chorus of Colors, features more than 150 live creatures, from the spectral poison-dart frog to the corpulent African bullfrog. The exhibit will showcase over 25 species from around the globe in recreated habitats, complete with live regional fauna, rock ledges, and waterfalls. Come explore the evolution and biology of these fascinating amphibians and learn about the threats they face in a changing world. Free with admission (children $10.50, adults $19); 10am to 5:45pm. 212-769-5100, 200 Central Park West, amnh.org