The World’s largest Sloane’s froglet
In June, about 400 students from Albury formed a living mosaic so big it had to be filmed from a helicopter. The Sloane’s froglet is a vulnerable species found in NSW along the Murray River corridor between Albury and Corowa. The NSW Office of Environment and Heritage and Albury City Council partnered to develop this Sloane’s froglet awareness raising project. Artist Vicki Luke created a giant Sloane’s froglet with the local Albury school students forming its surrounding habitat. For Threatened Species Day the schools will continue their in-depth study of the froglet and learn more ways to help them survive.