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A Plague of Frogs Unraveling an Environmental Mystery

By: William Souder
A Plague of Frogs
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An ecological detective story, one that begins when a class of school children discover an unusual number of deformed frogs in a pond on a southern Minnesota farm in 1995. William Souder spins a gripping tale of scientific investigation, environmental debate, and the frightening implications of what these deformed frogs mean for humanity.

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