The day in the life of an Australian Green Tree Frog is being continually threatened by the relentless destruction of natural habitat.
Consequently many of these amphibians resort to having to find their way to alternative sources of water and food, which just happen to be available in the form of the good old Aussie dunny, where they’re forced to live!
Lydia Fucsko Biography:
Lydia Fucsko is a teacher, researcher, internationally published photographer, dramatist, poet, linguist, children’s author and illustrator.
Lydia Fucsko’s PhD research with scientists highlights worldwide amphibian declines and reflects her passion for environmental activism.
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Bachelor of Arts Humanities La Trobe University, Australia
Diploma in Education The University of Melbourne, Australia
Postgraduate Diploma in Computer Education The University of Melbourne, Australia
Postgraduate Diploma in VET The University of Melbourne, Australia
Master in Counselling Monash University, Australia
Deferred Masters Degree in Information Technology The University of Melbourne, Australia
Thesis Proposal: Artificial Intelligence and Consciousness
Doctor of Philosophy (current) in Social Science (Creative Writing)
Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
A FACETIOUS CHALLENGE
Here is a mixed (up) metaphor: If frogs are life, then Will Ferrell is God!
Oh God! Please can you The Almighty (can anyone) pronounce FUCSKO? But I pray do not smite me with your wrath...or a ‘plague’ of raining frogs!