Where Do Frogs Live?

Frog in Pond

For a long time now, you have been familiar of the frogs and toads, but have you ever given thought to, “where do frogs live?” They have a fossil history dating back to a minimum of 220 million years. Toads and frogs belonging to the amphibians are a distinct and separate evolution from some large … Read more

What Are Amphibians?

Amphibians

Amphibians are Tetrapod, ectothermic vertebrates (animals that depend on environmental sources of heat, not able to self-regulate body heat) that belong to the group Amphibia. All recent amphibians belong to Lissamphibia. The habitat of these amphibians is widespread, the majority of them living in the ecosystems of freshwater aquatics, arboreal or terrestrial fossorial (living in burrows … Read more

Green Frog

Green Frog

Lithobates clamitans belongs to the species of frogs. They are commonly known as Green frogs and usually belong to the Eastern half of Canada and the United States. The other subspecies of the green frog are northern green frog and Bronze Frog Rana Clamitans.  Anatomy Pacific Tree Frog Green frogs are usually mid-sized.  Their length varies from … Read more

Leopard Frog

Leopard Frog

Scientific Classification A leopard frog (at times known as a meadow frog) may fall under any of the14 varieties of frogs included in the real genus of frogs in the family Ranidae and the leopard frog Rana (genus Rana)  are generally green in color,  with conspicuous black spots,  which at times resemble the pattern of  a leopard. They are differentiated by their allocation and  … Read more

Wood Frog

Wood Frog

Lithobates Sylvaticus, usually known as the Wood frog, is a native of North America.  You can see them from the southern Appalachians to the boreal forest and Eastern North Carolina. These frogs have an amazing freeze tolerance ability and spend their maximum life on land. Their interesting habitat includes uplands, vernal pools and peat bogs. This species is considered as … Read more

Tree Frog

Tree Frog

Tree frogs spend the most part of their life in trees, a situation referred to as the  arboreal state. Many divisions of a the Neobatrachia  contribute to different types of tree frogs, although no close link exists between them. The Neobatrachia is a suborder of the Anura, under the order of frogs and toads This suborder is the … Read more

Cuban Tree Frog

Cuban Tree Frog

The Cuban tree frog, scientifically known as frog Osteopilus Septentrionalis, is an amphibian inhabiting the regions of the Caribbean of the Western Hemisphere. In North America, this is the biggest tree frog. Because it is a Voracious eater and has the capability to prosper along with human beings. It has become a species that, to a … Read more

American Bullfrog

American Bullfrog

The American bullfrog scientifically called Lithobates Catesbeianus, is generally known in the United States and Canada by the name bullfrog. This is a marine frog, associated with the Ranidae family or “real frogs”. This variety is customarily grouped as Frog Rana Catesbeiana, nevertheless on account of to paraphyly( where one group of organism separates from other groups at a particular … Read more

Green Tree Frogs

Green Tree Frog 1

The green tree frog is a slender and nocturnal frog that lives in trees and bushes and lays eggs in ponds. Usually, they come in different sizes and abilities, depending on their geographical location. Tree frogs have a diverse family that includes over 800 species of frogs. Unlike what the name suggests, not every tree … Read more

Dwarf Frogs

Dwarf Frog

Dwarf frogs are native to central Africa and live their entire life underwater. These amphibian frogs are fully aquatic, and you can even keep them with pet fish. It’s no wonder they are a popular choice as aquarium pets. Dwarf frogs come in a range of colours, but two of the common ones are brownish-green … Read more

Gray Tree Frogs

Gray Tree Frog

A gray tree frog is one of the largest species of frogs in Eastern U.S.A and South Eastern Canada. Unlike the name suggests this frog specie has numerous interesting colours. Gray tree frogs can change their color according to their surroundings and temperature. These frogs mostly spend their time on tree branches, with their sticky … Read more

Common Toads

Common Toad

A toads, a toad, don’t you know? Well what is a common toad? A toad? Let’s learn more about common toads. What is a Toad? Toads are amphibians and closely related to frogs. This means they live in the water as juveniles before moving to land for adulthood. When they are young and live in … Read more