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7 edition of A frog"s body found in the catalog.

A frog"s body

by Joanna Cole

  • 1 Want to read
  • 9 Currently reading

Published by Morrow in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Frogs -- Anatomy -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Frogs -- Anatomy.

  • About the Edition

    Close-up photographs and text explain the details of a frog"s anatomy.

    Edition Notes

    StatementJoanna Cole : with photos. by Jerome Wexler.
    ContributionsWexler, Jerome.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL668.E2 C78
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47 p. :
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4096503M
    ISBN 100688222285, 068832228X
    LC Control Number80010705

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      Nevertheless this excellent book is likely all that will ever be needed by the non are sections on identity,body form,survival and reproduction all very well written and identity section covers tree,glass and poison dart frogs,mantellas,toads,newts and salamanders plus other s: The "Flip The Frog's Face" Life Cycle craftivity, is a quick, easy and fun "print & go" lesson, that will help reinforce the life cycle of a frog. Simply run the head and body patterns off on light green construction paper. Children trim and add some pizzazz with crayons. As an incentive, if I.

    Before reading this book, I didn’t know that frogs could jump 20 times it’s body length, that ants lift 50 times their own weight and that a spider moved so fast in comparison to their length. This was an eye-opening book and would be one I would recommend for this children who like to learn about facts/5(). The common Indian frog goes by the scientific name, Rana tigrina. Morphology of a Frog. The frog is a chordate, showing the characteristics of the Phylum Chordata. The body of the frog is divisible into head and trunk. Neck and tail are absent in a frog. The skin of the frog has mucus, which makes the skin moist, smooth and slippery.


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A frog's body. [Joanna Cole; Jerome Wexler] -- Close-up photographs and text explain the details of a frog's anatomy.

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