Amazing Water Frogs
All frogs are amphibians, but only aquatic frogs live nearly all their lives in water. Some of these water frogs can do amazing things! For example, the Indian water frog can run along the surface of a lake or pond for several yards without sinking. Then there's the leopard frog, which can actually leap off the water's surface. The common frog can survive in the water during any season, and in winter can even hibernate under ice! These are some of the fascinating facts that kids will discover when they enter the world of Amazing Water Frogs. Large, full-color photos will captivate young readers as they see up close what these water-loving creatures eat, how they stay safe, and the tremendous transformations that take place as these amphibians grow from tiny eggs to full-fledged adults.
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