108 Frogs

Stuffed by Swiss François Perrier in the mid-19th century to arrange them in everyday human scenes.

The curious amphibious constellations can still be visited today in Perrier's Frog Museum, as they sit at school, at the hairdresser or at the table.

POTD 20181118 | Photograph unknown


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