'Urgent rescue mission' to save Australia's frogs using smartphone app

By Julie Power
Updated June 28 2018 - 1:21pm, first published November 10 2017 - 12:00am
The Australian Museum has released a new smartphone app, FrogID, that can identify frogs by their chirps, barks and croaks. Photo: James Garnham
The Australian Museum has released a new smartphone app, FrogID, that can identify frogs by their chirps, barks and croaks. Photo: James Garnham

LIKE the stars of stage, screen and Sesame Street, the 25-year-old green tree frog called Godzilla was immediately ready for his croak up.

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