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A Day in the Life: Frogs

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Over the course of 24 hours, meet see-through frogs, tiny tadpoles, rampaging toads and more. Subjects include a frog that can turn blue, a wolverine frog that shoots out claws, and a female frog that absorbs frogspawn into its own skin. Frog scientist and conservationist Dr Itzue W. Caviedes-Solis tells the story of these extraordinary creatures in the style of a nature documentary, including science-backed explanations of topics such as metamorphosis, perfect for future biologists.

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    Interesting book

    An interesting book, ideal for frog-lovers and people with an interest in nature/wildlife more generally.

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