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Frogs - A Chorus of Colors will open at Georgia Aquarium on Jan. 12, 2012. This fascinating exhibition introduces visitors to the amazing and colorful world of anurans - the frogs. Regarded as the most advanced traveling frog exhibition in the U.S., visitors will come eyeball to eyeball in a hands-on, minds-on adventure with living frogs from around the world.
Frogs: A Chorus of Colors features 15 species of live frogs in more than 3,000 square feet of unique habitats designed to introduce guests to these complex amphibians, their biology and evolution, the pivotal role they play in our ecosystem and the peril they face in a changing environment. The dynamic habitats are complete with rock ledges, live plants and waterfalls; showcasing living frogs from the unique long-nosed horned frog to the vividly-colorful poisonous dart frog. Within the exhibition, visitors will enjoy interactive and hands-on components that activate recorded frog calls, videos of frogs in action, spin a zoetrope, and test frog knowledge on subjects from basic to bizarre. Throughout the exhibition visitors are immersed in the sights and sounds of frogs.
Although most people have no aversion to frogs, their beauty and elegance are often overlooked. The amphibians featured in the Frogs - A Chorus of Colors exhibition are among the most visually stunning, vocally pleasing and adaptively remarkable life forms on earth.
Frogs - A Chorus of Colors is included with the Total Ticket and is free to Aquarium members.