Frogs on Maud Island live in an area of stony ground under forest. To estimate the number of frogs, square areas are marked out with tape. Within the 16-hectare area of suitable habitat, the highest population estimate is 19,000 frogs.
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Department of Conservation
Photograph by Donald Newman
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