The Whole Story: Frogs (2000)
The world of Africa’s frogs is versatile, vibrant, noisy and sometimes bizarre. From some of the world’s biggest – weighing as much as a small dog – to fingernail-sized rainforest miniatures, Africa boasts an impressive array of colorful species.
Unsung heroes of nature, frogs devour mosquitoes and crop pests, and have made a significant contribution to modern medical research. Recently, science has discovered that because they live in two worlds – land and water – their sensitive skin is doubly susceptible to pollution and subtle environmental change. Frogs are actually living barometers of world climate change. We tell The Whole Story on these jewels of the natural world.