By wildlife writer Justin Harrison
First published in the Permaculture International Journal Issue No. 60 Sept ~ Nov 1996
On a recent trek through Kakadu National Park in Northern Territory, Australia, many wonders caught my imagination. One group of animals, however, astounded me with its diversity and sheer numbers. Frogs! Millions of them in one of the most unspoiled waterways in the world.
Elsewhere in Australia, and around the globe, frogs are losing a battle with pollutants and urban sprawl.