Amphibian

Amphibian

DVD - 2008
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Investigates the double life of creatures that live both on land and in water. Leap into the fascinating world of frogs, toads, and salamanders, and get a close-up look at the amazing variety of colors, shapes, and sizes in the amphibian family.
Publisher: [New York] : DK Publishing, c2008.
ISBN: 9780756645038
0756645034
Branch Call Number: j DVD 597.8 AMPHIBIA
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (62 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.

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KingKongKool
Mar 01, 2016

Yep. And once again, "Eyewitness Network" impressively delivers yet another slickly produced and well-researched nature-documentary for the benefit of their ever-inquisitive audience.

Throughout its fast-paced, 30-minute running time, "Amphibians" competently covers all of the basic ground when it comes to up-to-date information concerning these curious creatures who live both on land, as well as in the water.

From their varied colours, shapes and sizes, it is believed by biology researchers that amphibians somehow hold the one vital key to answering that long-sought-after question of "Evolution".

All-in-all - This enjoyable documentary is certainly well-worth a view for anyone (young or old) who wants a nature program to be informative and entertaining, both at the same time.

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