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Frog bog

Many of our animal species that are essential to the health of our ecosystems are disappearing. This is largely due to our encroachment on their habitats, the pollution we create and the changing climatic conditions.

The great news is we can play a key role in helping to conserve animals such as frogs and other amphibians, reptiles such as lizards, and mammals such as antechinus by creating habitat for them in our gardens. In doing so, we re-create the habitat we’ve taken away from these creatures.

We also create wildlife corridors, which animals can use to travel from habitat to habitat, maintaining

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