Frogs (Google eBook)
Featuring 120 color photographs by renowned nature photographer John Netherton, "Frogs" explores in detail the lives of 50 of the most unusual frog, tree frog, and toad species from around the world.
Author David Badger includes fascinating frog lore from across the centuries and describes everything from the physical traits and reproduction habits of frogs and toads to territorial behavior and life span.
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Review: FrogsUser Review - jacky - Goodreads
Got this through interlibrary loan to show the big photographs to Natalie. They are very awesome. For Natalie, I mostly focused on the big photographs of the green and bright colored frogs, but there ... Read full review
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