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By: Thomas Marent(Author)
280 pages, colour photos
Frog: The Amphibian World Revealed helps the reader to discover the diversity and beauty of frogs with Thomas Marent. Stunning original images by Thomas Marent, photographer and author of "Butterfly" and the award-winning "Rainforest", celebrate the colourful diversity, distinctive behaviour, and unique lifecycle of amphibians – frogs, toads, salamanders, and newts.
Over 500 captivating images in Frog: The Amphibian World Revealed reveal the enigmatic and fragile world of frogs and their relatives to create a visual testament to a fascinating group of species that are vanishing from our planet at an alarming rate. It is published to coincide with the Year of the Frog, a global campaign to save these endangered creatures from extinction.
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Thomas Marent has dedicated nearly half his life to capturing the beauty of the natural world. He honed his skills in natural history photography through a childhood interest in butterflies, frogs and birds and has travelled to the most remote regions of the globe – including the world's tropical rainforests – to photograph frogs in their natural environment. Thomas's first book Rainforest was published by DK in 2006.
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