Frogs are Disappearing
Late 20th Early 21st Century
14 in HIGH x 11 in WIDE
(35.56 cm HIGH x 27.94 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Recycling logo printed in white at the left near the top. "(c) WWF" printed in white at the bottom right of the earth image. "this poster has been made possible by a grant from the Metro Toronto Zoo Conservation fund" followed by The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto logo, all printed in white at the bottom of the poster.

Poster has a green background with color images and white text. Lighter green background across the top with the image of a frog resting on the border between the light and dark gree. Central is "Frogs are Disappearing" in light green with a line of cartoon frogs going through the center. Below the text are three images side by side - a watery forest scene; a photo of earth from space; a dried up habitat with dead trees. At the bottom of the poster are two paragraphs of text about the environmental effects of the declining frog, toad and salamander popluations. Below the paragraphs is bold text reading "if you believe there us a little magic when frogs sing, adopt a pond! no one wants a silent spring!" In small text centered at the bottom is the address for The Amphibian Interest Group.
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