Frog ID Snap Cards

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Have fun learning about some of the 240 species of frogs we have in Australia with these Frog ID Snap cards. Instructions included on how to play Snap and Pairs. A great game to play in the car, tent, at home, in the classroom – anywhere!

Australia is home to more than 240 known frog species, almost all of which are found nowhere else in the world. Whilst some species are flourishing, others have declined in numbers dramatically since the 1980s, and at least four have become extinct.

Frog ID Snap Cards make an ideal Birthday or Christmas gift for any young budding ecologist or zoologist.
Also makes a great stocking stuffer and Kris Kringle present.


52 Cards
Instructions for Snap and Pairs Included
Age Recommendation: 3 Years +
Dimensions: 8.5cm x 2.5cm x 13.5cm 
Country of Design: Australia
Country of Manufacture: Taiwan
Primary Material: Cardboard


What's that sound?

Croaks, whistles, bleats and barks - every frog species makes a different sound! By recording a frog call with the FrogID app, you can discover which frogs live around you and help us count Australia's frogs!

All around the country, people are recording frog calls with nothing more than their phones. Download the app today, available on both iOS and Android. For more information, visit

Recording and uploading these calls will map frog species across Australia and reveal where they are at risk from habitat loss, disease, climate change and urbanisation. You might even discover a new frog species!

FrogID is an Australian Museum citizen science project aimed at collecting audio of frog calls across the nation - at a moment in time - to monitor frog populations and help save Australia’s threatened frog species. Using mobile phone technology and “audio DNA” FrogID aims to discover where frogs are at risk and how to conserve them and our waterways.



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