Northern Corroboree Frog
The Northern Corroboree Frogs is a critically endangered species found in south-eastern Australia. It has declined primarily due to the amphibian chytrid fungus, drought and weed invasion. To prevent the extinction of this species, an insurance colony has been established at three institutions. Captive breeding techniques have been established and reintroductions have been taking place since 2010. This includes the reintroduction of egg, tadpoles, juvenile frogs and some adults.