According to Welcome Wildlife, most land frogs hop as a means of transport. Frogs are also amazing jumpers and use their long, strong hind legs to push off the ground. More »

Like most amphibians, frogs move around by walking or running, but most frogs will hop or leap as much as 30 times the length of their own bodies. Tree frogs are excellent climbers with sticky toe pads that allow them to... More »

Walking, climbing, hopping and leaping are some ways that tree frogs move around. The uniting feature of tree frogs is the disc-shape of the last bone in their toes, which enables their unique methods of movement. Their ... 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 »

One of the adaptations that allow frogs to live on land and in water is their permeable skin, which allows them to absorb water from their surroundings. However, if the frogs are trapped away from water for a significant... More »

Tree frogs can jump 7 feet, which is 50 times the length of their body. Many other frogs can jump at least 20 times their own length. However, some frogs have short hind legs and hop only short distances. More »

Approximately 4,740 species of frogs exist across the globe. Frogs are found in every continent of the world except for Antarctica. The highest concentrations of frogs are found in warm, wet, tropical climates. More »