Northern leopard frog, 1800s

Northern leopard frog, 1800s

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Caption: Northern leopard frog. 19th-century illustration of a northern leopard frog (Rana pipiens), here called a 'peeping frog'. This illustration is by Hill, from the 1802 volume (Amphibia) of 'General Zoology or Systematic Natural History' by British naturalist George Shaw (1751-1813). Shaw wrote the text (in English and Latin). He was a medical doctor, a Fellow of the Royal Society, co-founder of the Linnean Society and a zoologist at the British Museum. Northern leopard frogs are found in the USA and Canada.

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