Founded in 2015, Phase I of our project is the first ex-situ conservation project for native Philippine amphibians. Housed within the hortorium of the University of the Philippines, Los Banos Museum of Natural History, we initially focused on amphibians from within Mt. Makiling forest preserve. However, we are currently implementing Phase II of the project, which involves expanding our facilities, our goals, and the list of endemic herpetofauna we seek to conserve.
Meet the frogs of Phase I: Click here to read more
Our goals and objectives for Phase II: Click here to read more
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