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FrogID needs your help for Australia's first national frog count

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Frogs are one of the most threatened species in the world, but with the help of our smartphones, we can work to save our amphibian friends.

One of Australia’s leading frog experts, Dr Jodi Rowley, AM Curator of Amphibian & Reptile Conservation Biology, speaks with Fairsy about FrogID, a new app aiming to build a picture of our nation's frog populations.

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