Frogs & Toads
The tadpoles of Darwin’s frogs develop inside the male’s vocal sac. Midwife toad eggs are attached to the male’s back legs until they are ready to hatch.
African Dwarf frogs (Hymenochirus), hence the name, are native to parts of central Africa, around the Congo region but have naturally spread to other locations in Africa and through human intervention have spread...
The Surinam toad has a strange, flattened body. During reproduction, the female’s skin absorbs the fertilized eggs and the young toads develop under her skin.
Pollywogs turn into frogs but have you ever watched the process? Raising pollywogs was a new experience from start to finish!
Almost appearing with cartoon-like features; wouldn't you want to take care of this one as a pet? Green tree frogs are one of the most popular pet frogs. These are just fantastic and enchanting-looking creatures. With...
The Pacman or Horned Frog has simple needs and comes in designer colors. He doesn't take up much space, and no housebreaking required!
The fire bellied toad is named for its strkingly coloured, orange and black underside. The frogs are not only brightly coloured, but also active and very easy to keep in captivity.
Have you ever seen a frog with clear skin? Or one that birthed babies out of its back? Could you see the tiniest frog or believe one frozen solid could come back to life? Nature's wonders abound.
The red eyed tree frog is not as hardy as some of the other pet frogs but it is an incredibly popular species. As long as it is cared for correctly in an appropriate terrarium habitat, it can be kept very successfully...
Frogs and toads are tremendously beneficial to gardeners and anyone who loves to spend any time outside. They eat thousands of insect pests, including pesky mosquitoes and flies. (A single adult toad can eat as many as...
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