Amphibian Conservation in Action

Lemur Leaf frog at Manchester Museum (c) A Gray, courtesy of Sir David Attenborough

Project Lemur Frog is a model amphibian conservation project and an international collaboration of  institutions and individuals committed to helping secure the future of the Critically Endangered Lemur Leaf Frog. The holistic approach used includes research, public engagement and educational activities, and directly conserving the species through direct in-situ and ex-situ action:


Research: Latest genetic research facilitating the first genetically informed professional amphibian breeding programme in the world. 


Get involved: Sponsor your own Lemur Leaf Frog in support of Project Lemur Frog


Ex-situ Conservation: Amphibian Ark Update


In-situ Conservation: Habitat Restoration


Questions Answered: Lemur Frog Project Interview


PROJECT LEMUR FROG     CRARC     BCA   NORDEN’S ARK    SALFORD UNI

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One Response

  1. Andrew, Your FrogBlog has been declared “Officially Amazing” by the young people in our house. Its really engaging and so informative, we have spent the morning looking through your archives and learning more about the animals and your work with them. It has been inspirational for the children – quite literally! (You’ll find out soon…). We’ll be tuning in regularly. Thank you for your time last week – that too was totally amazing! See you soon!!

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