A Conversation With Darrel R. Frost: An Amphibian’s Best Friend

New York Times: Darrel R. Frost, the chief herpetology curator at the American Museum of Natural History, has done fieldwork in Ethiopia, Guatemala, Mexico, Namibia, Peru, South Africa and Vietnam. He is also a sort of gatekeeper for amphibians. Dr. Frost, 62, oversees the museum's catalog of the class Amphibia - more than 7,200 species, comprising frogs, salamanders and limbless, soil-dwelling caecilians. Its web page attracts more than a million views a year. An avuncular conversationalist who enjoys a laugh......

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