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Frogs: A Chorus of Colors

Art / Photobook Popular Science
By: John L Behler(Author), Deborah A Behler(Author), Clyde Peeling(Foreword By), Chad Peeling(Foreword By)
160 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Sterling
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  • Frogs: A Chorus of Colors ISBN: 9781402757792 Paperback May 2008 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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  • Frogs: A Chorus of Colors ISBN: 9781402728143 Hardback Dec 2005 Out of Print #157180
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A companion to the unique travelling exhibition, one of the most popular ever at museums throughout America. With richly colourful photos and compelling, informative descriptions, John and Deborah Behler have carefully crafted a wonderful tribute to the amazingly complex frog. With decades of expertise in conservation, the Behlers are unequalled in their ability to capture the wild and ever-changing world of these amphibians – all 5000 species.

They reveal an unexpected diversity of form, lifestyle, and ecology, and take readers on a magical journey that makes vibrantly clear why these creatures are so important. Breathtaking and brilliant images show tadpoles in water and on leaves; a many-hued variety of frogs (bright blue, golden yellow and black, red and turquoise) in their environment; African sand frogs and chirping frogs; Oriental fire-bellied frogs; and tiny three-toed toadlets – among the smallest that exist.

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Art / Photobook Popular Science
By: John L Behler(Author), Deborah A Behler(Author), Clyde Peeling(Foreword By), Chad Peeling(Foreword By)
160 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Sterling
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