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Horned Frog

ANURA \ uh-noor-uh

  1. “A major extant order of the class Amphibia. It includes frogs and toads, which are known by people around the world.”
  2. Literally means “without tail”

Usage: “Frogs and toads are both Anuran because they’re within the same order!”

Animalia → Chordata → Amphibia → Anura

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Life Cycle of a Frog
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The Life Cycle of a Frog

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Trichobatrachus Robustus (Hairy Frog)
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Do Frogs Have Hair?

As mammals, having hair, taking care of hair, and cutting hair is completely normal for us. Many of the animals we surround ourselves with as pets have hair too. Even dolphins and whales have hair,…

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Do Frogs Have Teeth?

Have you ever looked at a frog chowing down on a meal and wondered if that frog has teeth? Has it progressed to questioning if frogs, in general, have teeth? Of course, it has. It…

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Do Frogs Have Ears?

If a tree falls in the forest, does it really make a sound? And if it does, can frogs hear it? The auditory systems of frogs may be somewhat of a mystery for many people….

Frog Swimming in Water
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Can Frogs Breathe Underwater?

Can frogs breathe underwater? Answering this question is slightly complicated because there is, surprisingly, more than one way to do so! Many mammals, including humans, breathe using lungs. In their juvenile stage as tadpoles, frogs…

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Do Frogs Hibernate?

Many animals survive the harsh temperatures of wintertime in a plethora of different ways. A creature might have specialized body parts or functions like instinctual behaviors that help to keep them alive in extreme conditions….

Pacman Frog
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Do Pacman Frogs Need Heat?

Pacman Frogs require a daytime temperature between 75 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit. This temperature is warmer than most households, which means that extra heat sources are necessary for Pacman Frogs. A heating mat underneath your…

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What is a Frog?

Frogs are not a single species, but rather a diverse grouping of animals that, while being similar in many ways also differ greatly in others. We all know that frogs have superior jumping abilities, possess…

White's Tree Frog
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White’s Tree Frog

Also known as “Australian Green Tree Frog” or “Dumpy Tree Frog“, this is one of the largest, most popular tree frogs kept as pets among hobbyists. They come in several different morphs and they’re one…

A Frog Eating a Worm
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What Do Frogs Eat?

In this article, I’ll tell you what frogs eat. Whether they’re wild or captive, young or old, big or little, aquatic or terrestrial. You’ll get all the information you’re looking for and more. Frogs eat…

Poison Dart Frog
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Poison Dart Frog

These amazing amphibians are one of the most popular frogs kept as pets. Their exotic patterns and bright colors are no doubt the reason for their popularity. Poison dart frogs are fascinating creatures and this…

Amazon milk frog
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How Long Do Frogs Live?

Frogs are capable of living long lives. How long they live depends on several factors. Wild frogs deal with the environment, predators, and loss of habitat. Captive frogs are at the mercy of their keepers….

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