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The Northern Leopard Frog Green with dark spots Prefer grassy areas near water (Northern) In 2009, the Government of Alberta released 11,000 frogs back.

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1 The Northern Leopard Frog Green with dark spots Prefer grassy areas near water (Northern) In 2009, the Government of Alberta released 11,000 frogs back into a Provincial park. The last time this frog had been seen there was 1974! (Bringing) Photo #2 Photo #1 Everyone can see this, so no reference necessary Refers to source whose citation begins with Northern

2 Works Cited "Bringing threatened frogs back to southern Alberta wetlands; After 35 year hiatus, Northern Leopard frogs return to Pincher Creek area park." M2 Presswire 31 Aug General OneFile. Web. 26 Apr "Northern Leopard Frog Rocky Mountain population." Species at Risk. Government of Canada, Apr Web. 26 Apr Alphabetical order – Bringing comes before Northern Hanging indents

3 The Northern Leopard Frog Green with dark spots Prefer grassy areas near water (Northern) In 2009, the Government of Alberta released 11,000 frogs back into a Provincial park. The last time this frog had been seen there was 1974! (Bringing) Photo #2 Photo #1 Number your photos in the bottom right corner

4 List of Images Used 1.“Side profile frog.” Nova Scotia Frogs.. 2.“Frog in hand.” Cheboygan State Park.. Give your photo a descriptive title Name of the web site where the photo is posted – NOT Google images! URL of the web site Note: this is a NUMERICAL list – just put the photos in numbered order

5 The Northern Leopard Frog  Green with dark spots  Prefer grassy areas near water (Northern)  In 2009, the Government of Alberta released 11,000 frogs back into a Provincial park. The last time this frog had been seen there was 1974! (Bringing) Photo #1 Photo #2 Works Cited "Bringing threatened frogs back to southern Alberta wetlands; After 35 year hiatus, Northern Leopard frogs return to Pincher Creek area park." M2 Presswire 31 Aug General OneFile. Web. 26 Apr "Northern Leopard Frog Rocky Mountain population." Species at Risk. Government of Canada, Apr Web. 26 Apr List of Images Used 1.“Side profile frog.” Nova Scotia Frogs.. 2.“Frog in hand.” Cheboygan State Park..


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