Picture - National Geographic Washington DC, USA, Monday 25th February 2008

National Geographic Monday 25th February 2008 The National Geographic Society hosts “Frogs - A Chorus of Colors,” a traveling exhibition featuring live frogs, on display at the National Geographic Museum in the Explorers Hall. Visitors can watch these fascinating amphibians in custom environments that replicate their habitats in the wild. Washington DC, USA







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