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Transcript of Frog
Frogs are closely related to toads, lizards, and newts.
Where are they found?
Frogs can be found on every continent in the world except Antarctica. However, the highest concentration of frogs is found in warmer tropical climates.
two bulging eyes, long, webbed feet that are adapted for leaping and swimming, and smooth or slimy skin.
Frogs and toads normally overwinter in places like compost heaps, amongst dead wood or under decking or sheds . Some frogs, will choose to overwinter at the bottom of the pond, they bury themselves down in the silt at the bottom and take in oxygen through their skin.
Toads do not need to live near water to survive, have rough, dry, bumpy skin, have a wider body, have lower, football shaped eyes, have shorter, less powerful hind legs and will run or take small hops rather than jump.
Frog vs. Toad
Frogs make a high pitch noise when attacked.