The Life Cycle of a Poison Dart Frog

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Gareth Stevens, Jan 1, 2011 - Dendrobatidae - 24 pages
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The poison dart frog is a lot like the frogs we see around us all the time-except it's toxic. Readers will see how these creatures grow from eggs to tadpoles to adults. The frogs' beautiful warning colors of gold, copper, red, green, blue, black, or yellow are photographically demonstrated while graphic organizers simplify complex information. Readers are also informed about how to keep these frogs from disappearing forever.
 

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Contents

Beautiful and Deadly
4
A Wonder fully Wet Home
6
So Many Colors
8
Eggs
10
Tadpoles
12
Adults
14
Poison
16
An Unsafe World
18
Save the Frogs
20
The Life Cycle of a Poison Dart Frog
21
Glossary
22
For More Information
23
Index
24
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