This book contains chapters on housing, feeding, breeding, and health care, plus educational sections on evolution, fossil history, taxonomy, habits, and habitats. There also is a species-by-species coverage of some of the most sought-after amphibs in the world, including both frogs and toads and the fascinating salamanders and newts.
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