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Ancient amphibians are hopping over to Wave Hill for a visit on May 15.

Frogs and toads once shared the earth with dinosaurs. They are important indicators of environmental health and have adapted to survive in water, in the desert, and even in arctic habitats.

Join an environmental educator from the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum to learn about frog characteristics and adaptations, hear frog vocalizations and meet frogs, toads, and tadpoles from the museum’s collection.

Frogs and Toads on May 15 at 1 pm. For children 8 and older. Free with admission to the grounds.

Wave Hill [W. 249th Street and Independence Avenue in Riverdale, (718) 549–3200, www.wavehill.org].

Posted 12:00 am, May 12, 2016
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