Win Tickets to the Adventure Aquarium to Check out the New Frog Exhibit

Posted on: March 18th, 2014 by

This post was sponsored by Adventure Aquarium and is a guest post from Linda Arceo.
Linda is a New Jersey blogger who blogs about food, drinks, and life at Giggles Gobbles and Gulps.
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Now through April 27, 2014 the Adventure Aquarium in Camden, NJ is celebrating nature’s messengers with a limited-time exhibit exploring the important role frogs play in our environment. Frog’s: Natures Messenger provides Adventure Aquarium guests the chance to come face-to-face with frogs of all types, sizes and colors.

 

The Frog’s: Natures Messenger exhibit features more than 20 species of frogs, salamanders, toads and sirens. According to the Adventure Aquarium “more than 6,000 species live on every continent except Antarctica, and at least 30 percent of frogs are currently threatened with extinction.” They may be small but frogs serve as nature’s messengers serving as bio-indicators for our eco-system. Since frogs eat and breathe through their skin they are sensitive to pollution and other environmental hazards. Frogs and their development can tell us if a certain area is unhealthy.

 

Adventure Aquarium Frog Exhibit 1Those visiting the exhibit can learn what they can do to help this vulnerable species and also have the incredible opportunity to observe and learn from these fascinating, exotic creatures – all in a fun, interactive environment. Some of our favorite parts of the Frog’s: Natures Messenger exhibit included the hourglass tree frog and its ability to change color, the polka dot tree frog, the red-eyed tree frog and the poison dart frogs.

 

Thanks to a partnership with the Camden City School District guests experiencing the exhibit will also get a chance to see some larger-than-life painted ceramic frogs. Each elementary school in Camden was invited to paint a frog as part of their art curriculum. The frogs were unveiled as part of the exhibit and will remain on display for the duration of the exhibit. Guests will have the opportunity to vote for their favorite painted frog. The classroom with the most votes at the end of the contest will celebrate with a pizza party.

 

The Adventure Aquarium, located just minutes away from Philadelphia, features more than 8,500 aquatic species throughout two million gallons of water. Adventure Aquarium is the only aquarium in the world to exhibit hippos and is also home to the largest collection of sharks on the east coast. The aquarium is open 365 days a year from 10:00 am to 5:00pm. To purchase tickets online to the Frogs: Natures Messenger exhibit or to learn more about the aquarium, visit www.adventureaquarium.com.

 

To celebrate all things frog, Jersey Family Fun is giving away a 4-pack family gift pack with tickets to the Adventure Aquarium.

 

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Jersey Family Fun’s Adventure Aquarium Family Four-Pack of Tickets Giveaway

 

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In full disclosure this giveaway is being sponsored by the Adventure Aquarium, who provided Linda with media passes to attend and for tickets for this giveaway.

33 thoughts on “Win Tickets to the Adventure Aquarium to Check out the New Frog Exhibit

  1. Eunises V. says:

    How many types of frogs and toads are there?

    My family and I just love all types of animals, especially amphibians and reptiles. When we go hiking, we are always on the lookout for frogs. It never fails that we find them, my husband would catch them and show it to us and then release it. We would love the opportunity to see the exhibit. We have been through a rough year. We just loss my father in law to cancer. This would be a great a distraction.

  2. Rebecca says:

    My daughter would be curious to learn about the different kinds of frogs.

    • Annette Cauwenberghs says:

      We are debating on getting New pet frog for our home and this Would be. Great way for my daughter to see to see them live and in person. I’m due with baby number 2 next month so we want to get her a specC ialbig sister gift!!!

  3. Randi W. says:

    I just asked my boys and they said the following:

    There’s super really big frogs and little tiny frogs but how many are there?

    AND

    How high can they jump? Higher than me?

  4. Debbie Kraft says:

    I would love to win this

  5. Amanda Buron says:

    Definitely what & how they eat! My girls love bugs, amphibians, & reptiles!!!

  6. Mindy DeLisi says:

    They would like to know what frogs eat other than flies! :)

  7. Stacey says:

    I love frogs. My kids think they are fascinating.

  8. Ellen E says:

    Which ones are poisonous.

  9. Jill McHale says:

    My daughter wants to learn about the poisonous frogs…she wants to know why they are the most beautiful lol.

  10. a cohen says:

    My 3 year old just informed me she would like to learn if dinosaurs are their (frogs) sisters and if they like ice cteam.

  11. Ilona t says:

    We’re interested in learning about salamanders!

  12. Nancy P says:

    My kids love learning about frogs and which ones are common in our part of NJ!

  13. Kris I. says:

    My daughter would like to learn about their transformation from a tadpole into a frog!

  14. jeremy mclaughlin says:

    My boys want to learn about poisonous frogs.

  15. Sara G Giresi says:

    My kids would love to learn about the life cycle of a frog. They also love the colors which i informed them the more vibrant the more poisonous! (i think)

  16. Yolanda Nunez says:

    My son is 3 and loves to jump and act like a frog. So to see one live and up close would be awesome for him.

  17. john says:

    My kids would love to learn where to find salamanders in the wild!

  18. lori says:

    We have a pet grog, so it would be a great opportunity to learn more about him/her. LOL

  19. Katya Buccieri says:

    My 5 year old son would love to learn about all kinds of different frogs.
    He loves to learn about animals!

  20. Melissa G says:

    My children would love to know all about the different types of frogs, what their colors mean, and which ones are poisonous and where they can be found!

  21. Kristen says:

    My daughter and niece want to know why frogs say “ribbit.”

  22. christy says:

    My kids would like to find out how many different types of frogs there are

  23. Betty Baez says:

    They would learn about the 20 different species of frogs!

  24. Jama says:

    My son is so curious about how frogs develop from tadpoles!

  25. christine says:

    how they live

  26. molly says:

    I would like to learn how high frogs can jump.

  27. Kristen H says:

    My kids would love to learn more about how frogs eat & breathe!

  28. Donna Maurer says:

    We love adventure aquarium! My daughter would be so excited to see all the different kinds of frogs.

  29. Melissa Teears says:

    my son wants to know what do they do during cold weather.

  30. Shana says:

    My son would love to learn about their eyes.

  31. Rochel S says:

    My son would love to learn about all the different types of frogs! He would be interested in seeing everything that they eat!

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