ABC Radio National

13 August 2012

Worldwide, frogs are in decline. And Australia is no exception. There was a dramatic crash in the early 1990s after the arrival of the deadly Chytrid fungus.

Some species are still in trouble. But populations for others appear to be stabilising.

ABC Radio's Fran Kelly talks to Dr. Conrad Hoskin about this subject. Listen now

In the following audio clips, Dr Nadine Marshall talks about the forthcoming scientific survey "What does the Great Barrier Reef mean to you?"

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