Face to Face With Frogs

Face to Face With Frogs

Book - 2008
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Random House, Inc.
You’re two inches away from a poison dart frog. You’re lying on the rainforest floor as she hops toward you, utterly fearless. This deadly terribilis frog has nothing to fear; your fear is that any accidental contact with your skin could mean death! Let Mark W. Moffett, winner of the 2006 Lowell Thomas Medal for Exploration, show you around the diverse world of frogs. Get the expert view on our amphibian friends, from metamorphosis to diet, from habitat to distinctive features; and learn why we urgently need to foster a healthier planet for these sensitive creatures.

Baker & Taylor
Learn about the world of frogs.

Baker
& Taylor

A wildlife photographer presents facts about frogs, discussing how they find food, grow from a tadpole into an adult, and reproduce.
This series of titles goes behind the scenes with the people who research and photograph wild animals to put the reader right in the action, and each title includes a scientific experiment, a glossary, facts at a glance section, and more.

Publisher: Washington, D.C. : National Geographic, 2008
ISBN: 9781426302060
1426302061
9781426302053
1426302053
Branch Call Number: JUV 597.89 Moffett 2008
Characteristics: 31 pages : color illustrations, color map ; 26 cm

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