A Chorus of Colors

Book - 2005
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A companion to the unique traveling exhibit--one of the most popular ever at museums throughout the nation--pays long-overdue homage to the fascinating frog.

With richly colorful photos and compelling, informative descriptions, John and Deborah Behler have carefully crafted a wonderful tribute to the amazingly complex frog. With decades of expertise in conservation, the Behlers are unequaled in their ability to capture the wild and ever-changing world of these amphibians--all 5,000 species. They reveal an unexpected diversity of form, lifestyle, and ecology, and take readers on a magical journey that makes vibrantly clear why these creatures are so important. Breathtaking and brilliant images show tadpoles in water and on leaves; a many-hued variety of frogs (bright blue, golden yellow and black, red and turquoise) in their environment; African sand frogs and chirping frogs; Oriental fire-bellied frogs; and tiny three-toed toadlets--among the smallest that exist. It's a vision not to be missed.

Baker & Taylor
A colorful exploration of the world of frogs examines and illustrates their diversity of form, behavioral characteristics, and ecology.

Publisher: New York : Sterling Publishing, [2005]
Copyright Date: ©2005
ISBN: 9781402728143
Branch Call Number: 597.89 Behler 2005
Characteristics: 159 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Behler, Deborah A


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