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Prince Charles, Prince of Wales Supports WWF Green Ambassadors Scheme

TETBURY, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 05: Prince Charles, Prince of Wales poses with an Ecuadorian stream tree frog, an endangered species discovered in the rainforests of Ecuador named 'Hyloscirtus princecharlesi' in honour of the Prince's support to conservation and environmental campaigns, during a WWF-UK Green Ambassadors Summit attended by school children at Highgrove House on July 5, 2012 in Doughton near Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England. In his role as President of WWF-UK (World Wide Fund for Nature,) Prince Charles, Prince of Wales showed his support for the WWF-UK and BT Green Ambassadors scheme, which aims to encourage a new generation of sustainability champions. School children took part in a Green Ambassadors Summit; participating in a series of workshops with an environmental theme, and toured the Highgrove gardens to see the sustainability features of the estate. (Photo by Arthur Edwards - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

A princely frog

A rare species of tree frog has been named the Prince Charles stream tree frog, after the Prince of Wales, in acknowledgement of his environmental work.