Frogs

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Voyageur Press, 2004 - Nature - 141 pages
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Featuring 120 color photographs by renowned nature photographer John Netherton, "Frogs" explores in detail the lives of 50 of the most unusual frog, tree frog, and toad species from around the world.

Author David Badger includes fascinating frog lore from across the centuries and describes everything from the physical traits and reproduction habits of frogs and toads to territorial behavior and life span.

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Journalism professor Badger and nature photographer Netherton teamed up to create this well-deserved tribute to frogs and toads. Badger relies on scientific writings and older natural history ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

David Badger is a professor of journalism at Middle Tennessee State University, where he teaches magazine writing, feature writing, arts criticism and film history. He is the author of three natural books.

John Netherton, a nature photographer for more than thirty years, lived in Nashville, Tennessee. He died in March 2001.

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