Amphibian Decline and Why It Matters: Katherine Waterston Quizzes Three Experts

  • Premiered on 4 June 2021

Time is running out for the mountain chicken frog.

Hosted by actor Katherine Waterston, join Museum scientist Jeff Streicher, ZSL curator Ben Tapley and policy advisor Charise Johnson as they discuss why populations of this peculiarly named amphibian are in rapid decline and what you can do to help.

Find out why scientific discovery, conservation, education and public policy are vital in the fight to save the small but mighty mountain chicken frog.

Speakers:

  • Katherine Waterston, actor
  • Jeff Streicher, Senior Curator in Charge, Amphibians and Reptiles at the Museum
  • Ben Tapley, Curator of Reptiles and Amphibians at the Zoological Society of London
  • Charise Johnson, Policy Advisor at the British Academy

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