The lifespan of frogs varies significantly depending on species and habitat. The oldest frog ever recorded was a European common toad that lived for 40 years. A measurement of skeleton growth in wild mountain yellow-legg... More »

Tree frogs live all over the world except for Antarctica. The amphibians are found in trees, ponds, lakes and other moisture-prone areas. More »

Red-eyed tree frogs live as far north as southern Veracruz and northern Oaxaca in Mexico, throughout the Central American countries of Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama, and as far south as th... More »

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Approximately 4,740 species of frogs exist in the world. Frogs are found on all continents except for Antarctica. More than 120 species of frogs have become extinct since 1980. More »

Most frogs are nocturnal, such as the leopard frog and American green tree frog; however, there are species that prefer daytime living, such as dart frogs. Each species is adapted to its preferred diet and environment, a... More »

The poison-dart frog, the common name assigned to over 175 known species of the Dendrobatidae family of frogs, is endemic to the humid, equatorial zones within South and Central America. Habitats range from freshwater la... More »

While most frogs have teeth of one kind or another, the actual number varies from individual to individual and from species to species, with some frogs displaying only vestigial teeth and others boasting full sets. All f... More »