Amphibians are important indicators of a wetland ecosystem's health. They are sensitive to changes and help inform scientists of a variety of issues. The most familiar and popular of all amphibians are frogs and here at Animal Wonders, we use a variety of frog species to teach about the importance of wetland conservation. Many of our frogs are former classroom projects and others are surrendered pets.

The species of Leopard Frogs are relatively new to Animal Wonders. They came to us during or after their tadpole metamorphosis from various school projects. Having been raised in a classroom with many curious eyes gazing on them, their chances to survive in the wild is slim and now they are a part of our amphibian programs. If you are a teacher workng with this project (often sold through various science education outlets) and need a place for your frog or tadpole after the project or school year ends, please contact us and we'll be glad to help you out.

The beauty and genius of a work of art may be reconceived, though its first material expression be destroyed; a vanished harmony may yet again inspire the composer, but when the last individual of a race of living things breathes no more, another heaven and another earth must pass before such a one can be again. - William Beebe, 1906

Animal Wonders

We depend on our programs & donations to help fund the care and housing for our animals, most of which are either rescues or surrenders. We seem to be always taking in new animals that need a home or different situation, their care adds up. If you would like to help support Animal Wonders, it would be greatly appreciated. We are always in need of donations, caging material, lumber, crates, aquariums, straw, & newspapers.



Animal Wonders,LLC

Address : 405 W. 10th St, Holden, MO 64040

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Phone : 816-807-4748

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