What Is An Amphibian?

What Is An Amphibian?

Book - 1994
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Baker & Taylor
Defines amphibians and describes their lives, including their maturation, mating, sense perception, and feeding.

Baker
& Taylor

Explains what crested newts, legless caecilians, giant cane toads and other amphibians have in commopn, and what makes them different from animals of other classes
Full-color photographs, illustrations, and a straightforward text help explain what crested newts, legless caecilians, giant cane toads, and other amphibians have in common, and what makes them different from animals of other classes.

Publisher: San Francisco Sierra Club Books for Children 1994
ISBN: 9780871564696
0871564696
Characteristics: 32p. : ill

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