Frogs are a type of amphibian. There are over 4,700 species of frogs in the world, and they can be found on every continent except for Antarctica. Below are more fun frog facts. More »

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African dwarf frogs are one of the smaller species of frogs; they average 1.5 inches long. Female frogs are larger than male frogs, sometimes by 1/2 inch. Another notable characteristic about African Dwarf frogs is that ... More »

Poison dart frogs have toxic poison within their skin, and their brightly colored bodies warn predators that they are poisonous. They are alternately known as poison arrow frogs because Native American cultures once used... More »

Poison dart frogs have toxic poison within their skin, and their brightly colored bodies warn predators that they are poisonous. They are alternately known as poison arrow frogs because Native American cultures once used... More »

The diet of frogs varies depending on the species; most consume insects, snails, spiders and worms, while the larger varieties consume small fish, moles, mice, and even other frogs. Frogs consume primarily organisms that... More »

Although amphibious frogs live on land and in water, they must lay their eggs in water or the eggs will dry up, effectively killing the offspring inside. Frog eggs are covered with a glycoprotein, which helps keep the eg... More »

Tree frogs are different species of frogs that spend most of their lifespans on trees. They have evolved in such a way that they rarely, if ever, need to leave their arboreal state. More »

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