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Sky Islands: remnant forests from Gondwanan times (series)
Sky islands: reflecting our Gondwanan heritage

Professor Michael Mahony uncovers little known habitats high in the mountainous areas of the Great Dividing Range.
Sky Island specialists: the hip pocket frog

Pockets of Life: Professor Michael Mahony delves further into the sky island habitats of Australia’s cool temperate forests and uncovers a remarkable and unique frog that carries its tadpoles around in slits in its sides.
Sky Island specialists: the bog frog

Bog frogs live in the wet, boggy areas of high mountains. Unlike other frogs they do not lay their eggs in streams and there are no ponds so the male bog frogs find very wet soil, and dig a hole which becomes a mating and egg-laying nest in the ground.
 

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