There are many things I absolutely loved about the MSc BCM programme, which was an enlightening year. But what was the most special part for me was definitely my dissertation project. I was lucky enough to carry it out in northwest Madagascar, on frog monitoring employing very cutting-edge technology. I can trace the motivation for... Continue Reading →
48 hours of fascinating talks, workshops and exciting chats with interesting people. This is what went on in Oxford last weekend, 7th-8th of February: Herpetofauna Workers Meeting 2016 (HWM). I was lucky enough to be able to attend this amazing yearly event, where I was surrounded by really inspiring people. Thanks to the cake and... Continue Reading →
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The male moor frog turns from brown to blue during the mating season. The red-eyed tree frog has three eyelids. Marsupial frogs have their young developing in pouches. The goliath frog can weigh up to 3.25kg. Frogs exhibit an incredibly advanced level of parental care. In short, frogs are very cool. Apart from being amazing,... Continue Reading →