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Save The Frogs Day: April 25th, 2015

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2013 SAVE THE FROGS! Art Contest Winners

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Frog Art ContestThe 2013 SAVE THE FROGS! Art Contest received 3,097 entries from 42 countries! Entries came from: Algeria, Australia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belgium, Belize, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, China, Colombia, Croatia, France, Ghana, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Jamaica, Kenya, Latvia, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Poland, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Thailand, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, and the USA.

Feel free to help us spread the word by posting any of these images on your website for non-commercial use (preferably linked to our website). If your company would like to sponsor the 2014 SAVE THE FROGS! Art Contest, please contact us.

Thanks to all the artists! Thanks to the SAVE THE FROGS! 2013 Art Contest Team for coordinating everything: Fernando Garcia, Andre Le, Kathlyn Franco, Michael Starkey, Joyce Orcutt and Dr. Kerry Kriger.
Thanks to all our supporters and members! Enjoy the art!


And the winners are:

Nick Gustafson - Grand Prize Winner

Congratulations to Nick Gustafson of Forest Grove, Oregon, USA, the Grand Prize Winner of the 2013 SAVE THE FROGS Art Contest! Nick not only submitted this Grand Prize winning California Red-Legged Frog (Rana draytonii) art, but also many other pieces that have helped us spread the word about the plight of amphibians and our efforts to save them. We like his art so much we've posted his entire collection of 18 pieces of frog art he sent us throughout 2013.

red legged frog



hyla cinerea

rainforest art

purple frog art


mother nature art

green frogs

artist frog

full moon art


rainbow frog art

green frog art

Happy Birthday art

colorful frogs

frogs kids

save the frogs art

"The Red Legged Frog was a traditional drawing sketched out in pencil and colored with prismatic colored markers, which are basically like using water colors; they are transparent and get darker when you overlap the colors. I also use prisma colored pencils and acrylic paints and pen and ink for some of my work." -- Nick Gustafson

Brite Chuang - Second Prize Winner

Congratulations to Brite Chuang of Westford, Massachussetts, USA, 17 years old, Second Prize Winner of the 2013 SAVE THE FROGS Art Contest! Brite's art reminds us that trees are home to frogs and countless other species.

Brite Chuang Art

Habitat destruction is the #1 cause of amphibian population declines worldwide. Bulldozers in Canada are currently preparing to destroy the habitat of Lake Erie's endangered Fowler's Toads, but with your help we can stop the destruction. One of the most disturbing trends in the United States is that of developers chopping down entire forests to build housing developments completely devoid of trees, leaving ugly biological wastelands for people to call home. In many tropical countries, rainforests and cloudforests are being destroyed for incoming palm oil, coffee and sugar plantations, and to create grasslands on which to raise cattle. Please watch what you eat, and reduce your addictions to environmentally damaging substances!

Aaditya Singh - Third Prize Winner

Congratulations to Aaditya Singh of the United Arab Emirates, Age 9, Third Prize Winner of the 2013 SAVE THE FROGS Art Contest! Aaditya successfully and succinctly summarized what thousands of biology teachers worldwide have yet to understand.

"After going through your website, as a student, I wanted to highlight the malpractice of frog dissection and hope my message can be understood by students and teachers all over the world, through your platform." -- Aaditya Singh

Aaditya Singh

Frog dissections are unethical and unnecessary. Furthermore, they are contributing to the depletion of wild frog populations and the spread of harmful invasive species and infectious diseases. As excellent alternatives exist, SAVE THE FROGS! highly recommends that schools switch to virtual dissection software. Our goal is to have frog dissections out of every public school in the USA by 2014.

PSGR Krishnammal Nursery & Primary School - Winning School

For their dedication to frog art and educating their students about amphibians, we award the PSGR Krishnammal Nursery & Primary School in Peeelamedu, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India with the title of Winning School for the 2013 SAVE THE FROGS! Art Contest. Thanks to Principal PK Dhanam for organizing the school's annual Save The Frogs Day events.




Honorable Mentions

Please check back here very soon, we plan to post about 100 amazing Honorable Mention art entries as soon as we can!

Handayani Nabilah - Age 19 - Indonesia

Handayani Nabilah

Yeadon Westfield Junior School, West Yorkshire, UK

Thanks to Yeadon Westfield Junior School for holding a Save The Frogs Day event at their school and incorporating frog art!

Frog Art

Students in Sylhet, Bangladesh

Thanks to the Green Explore Society for holding a Save The Frogs Day event in Sylhet, Bangladesh that incorporated frog art. Here are the winners:

Bangladesh art

Frog art bangladesh

Bangladesh artist


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