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Frogs and Toads (Golden Guide from St. Martin's Press)by Dave Showler
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A Golden Guide ® FROM ST. MARTIN'S PRESS
Enjoy and Learn!
For many naturalists, woodland frogs and toads represent some of their first encounters with wildlife. Now this Golden Guide from St. Martin's Press offers fascinating insights into the mysterious world of frogs and toads.
* Covers everything from the deadly poisonous frogs of South America to our common woodland species
* The ways of distinguishing frogs and toads
* Learn about their growth, reproduction, and way of life
Includes gorgeous, accurate, full-cover illustrations and little-known facts about these extraordinary, overlooked animals.
Stunning full-color illustrations detail the complex world of frogs and toads in this all new wildlife guide. For many young nature lovers, observing, catching, and studying woodland frogs and toads represents their first exposure to wildlife. Now the world of these homely yet intriguing creatures is explored, with beautiful, full-color biologically-accurate illustrations. The accompanying text describes each species, from the plain backyard animals we're all familiar with to their colorful and exotic relatives.
About the Author
Golden Guides first appeared in 1949 and quickly established themselves as authorities on subjects from Natural History to Science. Relaunched in 2000, Golden Guides from St. Martin's Press feature modern, new covers as part of a multi-year, million-dollar program to revise, update, and expand the complete line of guides for a new generation of students.
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