Incredible frogs

Runtime : 50 mins

Genre : Documentary

Plot : Over the millennia, amphibians both large and small have dominated the Earth. Today, there are over 5000 different species of frog inhabiting all corners of the globe, from the tropical jungles, and dark swamps, to the desert wastelands, and frozen tundra.

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