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Wednesday 26 May, 2010

The female Southern Bullfrog can lay up to 4,000 eggs at one time. They have special flaps of skin on their fingers which are used to carry air bubbles from the surface of the water into the foam nest containing the eggs.

You can record observations on the Southern Bullfrog and learn how they may be responding to the changing climate. From August, listen out for their call or look for their eggs and record these on the this website.

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