Dear Gerry or any interested parties
I just watched an episode of catalyst on channel 2 thursday @8pm
They interviewed Mike Tyler about the use of the Holy cross frog in orthopedic surgery. Apparently it's skin produces a non toxic form of fast setting Glue that can adhere many different surfaces together, wet or dry. Experiments are showing much promise in medicine. For more details you could go to abc.net.au then to the TV guide and the catalyst website.
Do you have a question about anatomy, life cycle, taxonomy, or anything else that isn't covered by the other frogs.org.au projects? Ask them here (or provide an answer to other people's questions).
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