Frogs and Toads. Part II [2/2]
Rev. J G Wood, ma, fls
Zoology, Natural History, Animal Behaviour, Education, Superstition
Describes the insect-eating habits and the immunity of toads, and proceeds to detail the aquatic capabilities, life-cycle, and physical characteristics of frogs. Notes the connection between frogs and galvanism and describes other features of the frog including its culinary uses, its croak, and its different colourings.
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